Article by: Darryl Grech, Administrator of Breeds of Origin Conservancy Apis mellifera ruttneri is Malta’s black honeybee. The Maltese black honeybee has adapted superbly to the harsh climatic conditions of our islands and displays excellent characteristics, such as hardiness. However, the reputation of the A. m. ruttneri bees among some beekeepers is poor and partly … Continue reading Fighting Extinction – Saving Malta’s Black Honeybee
We could all agree that some amazing photos featuring migrating birds have been taken over the past few days. Nonetheless, most of all heard about the flamingo that was unfortunately shot by a poacher and killed. What a stupid and foolish act! Here are my two cents worth about this; 1. A hunter that shoots … Continue reading Evolution of the Maltese hunting issue
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