Apitherapy: American Apitherapy Society
Bee Source: links to articles of concern for beekeepers, hive plans (if you want to build your own), and other general info
Historic beekeeping texts: Cornell University
Bush Bees: Beekeeping Naturally
Bee Prof (portal to numerous beekeeping sites, blogs, etc.)
The Great Pollinator Project: New York City Bee Watchers
The Hive and the Honeybee: Selections from the E.F. Phillips Beekeeping Collection at Mann Library (Cornell University)
Urban Bee Gardens: A Practical Guide to Introducing the World’s Most Prolific Pollinators into Your Garden
Citybees: a blog about urban beekeeping
Linda’s Bees: Includes well-written information on beekeeping, how-to videos, and an extensive list of links.
What Should I Be Doing With My Bees This Month? A blog for beekeepers in the Northern climates, describing the blogger-beekeeper’s activities on a monthly schedule.
Top Bar Beekeeping at Hirschbach Apiary: Includes many generally applicable tips on hive management, natural control of Varroa mite, and other beekeeping issues of interest to beekeepers using both Langstroth and Top Bar hives.
Bee Culture: The Magazine of American Beekeeping
WILLIAM LONGGOOD: The Queen must die – And Other Affairs of Bees and Men
DIANA SAMMATARO/ALPHONSE AVITABILE: The Beekeeper’s Handbook
L. L. LANGSTROTH: Langstroth’s Hive and the Honey Bee
RUDOLF STEINER: Bees
ROALD DAHL: Royal Jelly (short story)