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SBM 010 | Honeybee Democracy - Thomas Seeley | Pamela Requena

Book Movement

Science Book Movement - Notion360. Revisión Online del Libro. Honeybee Democracy - Thomas D. Seeley. Invitada: Pamela Requena. Únete a nuestra comunidad en Discord a través del siguiente enlace: https://bookmovement.co/discord See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 30mins

26 Aug 2020

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Interview - Thomas Seeley (Divorce Attorney, Mediator, Divorce Coach)

The Quality of Love Podcast

In this Interview:Tom Seeley helps people navigate difficult times in their lives and teaches individuals how to be the best versions of themselves. As an attorney, mediator and divorce coach, he helps married clients unwind their marriages in a respectful, dignified manner as the founder of Finger Lakes Holistic Divorce Mediation and Westchester Holistic Divorce Mediation. As a certified life coach, Tom teaches individuals and couples how to be the best versions of themselves so that they can have more loving, supportive, and fulfilling relationships with themselves and each other. Tom is also passionate about making healthy, plant-based foods and loves to share what he has learned through his work as an Independent Consultant with Arbonne International. Tom is the father of two sons, one dog, and two cats. Outside of work-life, Tom is a personal development junkie and John Gottman groupie who practices mindfulness daily has completed 200-hour yoga teacher training and four firewalks.Highlights from our conversation include: "solving the solvable problem... The State of The Union Address for your relationship... identifying patterns that tear marriages down."Web sites: www.tws-law.com; www.flholisticdivorce.com; www.tomseeley.arbonne.com LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-seeley-7204899/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fingerlakesholisticdivorce/

53mins

16 Jul 2020

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Honeybees w/ Thomas Seeley

Talk Nerdy with Cara Santa Maria

In this week's episode of Talk Nerdy, Cara is joined by Dr. Thomas Seeley, professor of biology at Cornell University and international expert on bees. They talk about his new book, "The Lives of Bees: The Untold Story of the Honeybee in the Wild." Topics include honeybee physiology and behavior, backyard beekeeping, and what we can learn from wild bees to improve our relationship with these fascinating creatures.

1hr 9mins

13 Jan 2020

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Bienengespräche – Bienenpodcast (mp3)

Thomas Seeley in Vienna (2019). Talks of the "Wiener Bienenfachtagung 2019" – English Original.Part 1: How a swarm chooses its future home sitePart 2: Natural strategies of the bee colony to survivePart 3: The bee colony as a honey factory

5hr 38mins

6 Oct 2019

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Bienengespräche – Bienenpodcast (aac)

Thomas Seeley in Vienna (2019). Talks of the "Wiener Bienenfachtagung 2019" – English Original.Part 1: How a swarm chooses its future home sitePart 2: Natural strategies of the bee colony to survivePart 3: The bee colony as a honey factory

5hr 38mins

6 Oct 2019

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Bienengespräche – Bienenpodcast (aac)

Thomas Seeley in Wien (2019). Teil 1: Wie ein Schwarm sein neues Zuhause findetTeil 2: Die natürlichen Strategien eines Volkes zu überlebenTeil 3: Das Bienenvolk als Honigfabrik

5hr 46mins

6 Oct 2019

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Bienengespräche – Bienenpodcast (mp3)

Thomas Seeley in Wien (2019). Teil 1: Wie ein Schwarm sein neues Zuhause findetTeil 2: Die natürlichen Strategien eines Volkes zu überlebenTeil 3: Das Bienenvolk als Honigfabrik

5hr 46mins

6 Oct 2019

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THOMAS SEELEY – author The Lives of Bees

podcast – tributaries radio

https://tributariesradio.files.wordpress.com/2019/09/tributaries0-33-2019bees.mp3“EVERYTHING that colonies do when they are living on their own (not being managed by beekeepers) is done to favor their survival and their reproduction, and thus their success is a contribution to the next generation of colonies, and I mean everything!” The author of many books on bees, Cornell professor and internationally known beemeister, THOMAS SEELEY, talks about The Lives of Bees, his latest book.

22 Sep 2019

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Apiary Visit | Dr. Thomas Seeley

Beekeeper Confidential | Bees & Beekeeping

Mandy has been sitting on this recording since September 2018. She was worried about the quality of the audio, so she locked it away in the vault… Until now. This was the 3rd interview that she ever recorded for the show and needless to say it was (and still is) a very very big deal. Mandy had the opportunity to spend some time with our guest in her backyard apiary so you’ll hear cars and crows and airplanes in the background. But more importantly, you’ll get to hear a candid conversation with the author of Honeybee Ecology, Wisdom of the Hive, Following the Wild Bees, Honeybee Democracy, and his latest book The Lives of Bees. It is an absolute privilege to share highlights of her conversation with Dr. Thomas Seeley! For More on Dr. Seeley’s and notes from today’s show, visit Mandy's blog at waggleworkspdx.com  Become a patron! Visit Mandy's patron page! Follow Beekeeper Confidential on Facebook and Instagram and YouTube Cover Art by Meggyn Pomerleau

31mins

26 Jun 2019

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Ep. 16 — Thomas Seeley on the lives of bees

When We Talk About Animals

In the spring of 1963, when our guest Dr. Thomas Seeley was not quite 11 years old, he lived — as he still does today — in a wooded stream valley just east of Ithaca, New York. One day, he heard a loud buzzing sound and saw a bread-truck-sized cloud of honey bees swarming an ancient black walnut tree near his family’s house. From a distance, he watched as the bees took up residence in a cavity in the tree. Why, he wondered, did the bees choose that particular tree cavity for their home? Humans have lived with bees for our entire existence as a species, but the vast majority of studies have focused on how bees live in managed colonies, whether the clay cylinders used to keep bees in the Iron Age or the white boxes of neighborhood beekeepers. But here, in the black walnut tree, were wild bees — living without human supervision or human understanding. Their lives present great mysteries. That 11-year-old grew up to become the world’s leading authority on honey bees, and a magnificently gifted writer about their worlds. Dr. Seeley joins us to discuss his research about wild honey bees’ behavior, social lives and ecology, and his new book: “The Lives of Bees: The Untold Story of the Honeybee in the Wild.”

49mins

13 May 2019