včelky.cz - site map

Včelky.cz - site map


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Dear English speaking visitors,

99.9 % of this website is in Czech only. Basically this site map is only page we translated... We are very sorry we are not able to translate everything to English. We were thinking about it seriously and long. From our point of view we prefer to publish in our language - to offer information, to show pictures etc. For translation you can use e.g. Google Translate.
You are also welcome to contact us - by email: .


BTW: The word včelky is the diminutive for bees - pet name.


- home page
- news
- news from bee yard - january
- february
- march
- april
- may
- june
- july
- august
- september
- october
- november
- december
- public events photo gallery:
- 2010 - 2009 - 2008 - 2007 - 2006
- for schools and students   bees in classwork:
- Czech Language —> print version: listed words, adjective endings, subject-predicate agreement
- Mathematics
- Global Education
- Projects Days
- Papers for whole class —> print version
- audio recordings of bee buzz
- photo-combs
- videos about bees and beekeepers
  documents for presentations or speeches:
- beekeeping history
- life cycle of mother, worker and drone
- Recommended reading
- beekeepers photobank
- diseases and other threats to bees
- composition of honey
- bee swarming
- bee products
- honey - - - single nectar honeys
- beeswax
- pollen
- propolis
- royal jelly
- bee poison
- pollination
- queens and bee colonies production
- bee meat
- bumblebees and solitary bees
- What is it good for?
- location and design
- fillings of nesting place
- bee nest boxes
- bumblebee nest boxes
- nesting animals
- inspiration
- warning
- articles
- Feeding bees by invert syrup
- Beehives density in the Czech Republic
- Where is honey contamineted with antibiotics from Včelpo Ltd.?
- Monitoring and treatment of varroosis in Ontario, Canada
- Two controls of compulsory treating bee colonies by official veterinarians (in the Czech republic)
- Invert feed production for bees in 1948
- Photo-story: When the winter was cold
- Measuring electrical conductivity of honey
- Nucs price map 2015
- Achilles heel of the project COLOSS in the Czech Republic
- How long does a bee live? And how many of them are in the colony?
- What are drones good for?
- Sleeps bees in the winter?
- May bees get sick?
- Why beekeepers smoke the bees?
- Bees are swarming - what to do?
- Is better sugar or honey?
- What to do with crystalised honey?
- Why are bee cells hexagonal?
- Are you interested in poll results at www.vcelky.cz?
- What should I do when bee stings me? And how to prevent it?
- for beekeepers
- why have bees?
- required background
- laws and formalities (valid in the Czech Republic)
- the necessary equipment
- selection of site
- neighborly relations
- selecting the type of hive
- types of frames
- foundation sizes
- subsidies in beekeeping (valid in the Czech Republic)
- acquisition of colonies
- biological patterns
- diseases
- expanding the nuclei
- change of the frame size
- swarm control management
- making nucleus
- entrances in boxes
- removing honeycombs
- processing of honey
- feeding of bee colonies
- processing of beeswax
- shifting bees on the foundations
- evaluation of the colonies
- queen exchange
- living with Varroa destructor
- varroamonitoring
- troubleshooting
- some other procedures
- methods of care
- grafting
- breeding of queen cellls
- queen marking
- migratory beekeeping
- work in system
- varroatolerance - varroarezistence
- glass beehive and panel with thermometers
- thermobox for honey decrystallization
- manufacturing boxes
- hot wax dipping
- formic acid
- barriers to access of ants to the hive
- hive protection against birds
- cooking candy for feeding bees
- beekeeping photobank
- details of bees
- queen and queen cells
- bee insemination
- look into the hive
- combs
- beekeepers at work
- people by bees
- roje
- bees on flowers
- flysing bees
- hives
- historical hives
- apiaries
- honey
- beeswax
- pollen
- propolis
- royal jelly
- honeydew producers
- diseases and pests
- treatment of bees
- other insect
- hot wax dipping of boxes
- photo-combs
- educational programmes
- exposition for public
- mite monitoring methods
- entomophagy
- hygienic behavior of honeybees
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