Guests and Members are welcome to attend the First Monday of every month.
Meet at 6.45 pm in the Robertsdale Fire Department.
Contact any of the following beekeepers, if you have unwanted bees on your property. They are willing to remove swarms.
Name Phone Area
Brian Dunn 251-550-5117 (Will cut out of walls)
Daryl Pichoff 251-233-9485 (will cut out of walls) All of Baldwin County South of I-10
Jim Owens 251-987-5715 South of US 98 Foley East
Thomas Fussell 251-752-0284 Bon Secour, South of 98, Marlo
Roger Bemis 251-213-0168 Mobile, Baldwin County
Bill Stephens 251-978-0656
Anyone, experienced or novice, that would like assistance working their bees can contact any of the following Baldwin Beekeeper Association members. These members have volunteered and are ready and willing to help you with your hives.
Daryl Pichoff 251-233-9485
Amy and John Gohres 251-625-1270
Philip Webb 251-404-9505
Gene Hinton 251-580-5188
Roy Hyde 251-751-8003
Chip Bryars 251-845-0336
Roger Bemis 251-213-0168
Bryan Jarvis 251-752-9359
Leslie Lomers 251-751-6095
We recently had the pleasure of hearing Dewey M. Caron, Emeritus Professor University of Delaware and Oregon State University Affiliate Faculty, speak to our group about the dwindling numbers of bees in the United States and the impact of Africanized bees on domestic colonies. The loss levels across the country were very interesting and the history of losses over the years was eye opening. If you’re a beekeeper, whether you have one hive or one thousand hives, you’re invited to take part in the survey at BeeInformed.org. Once you’ve taken the survey you’ll also be able to view the results.
Hello and thank you for visiting us at BaldwinBees.com, online home of the Baldwin County Beekeeper Association. We’d like to also invite you to join us at one of our regular monthly meetings that are typically held on the first Monday of each month at the Robertsdale Volunteer Fire Department. Check out our calendar of events for more information. You’ll also find some great tips, reports and presentations about keeping bees on our Beekeeping Information page. Please feel free to ask any questions or leave a comment through the form below.