If you’re a returning visitor to BeeBase, you’ll notice that there have been a few changes to the website.
We’ve given BeeBase a new, modern layout and improved access and navigation to our many resources. Try visiting our articles, maps, and your own beekeeping pages to see what’s new.
Log-in to view and update your personal details, view or make changes to your apiaries, view your historic records and results and access e-learning. BeeBase will also email you automatically with your diagnostic results and with any alerts relevant to you, like notifications of disease found within 3km of your apiaries, if you have opted into email alerts.
There is no need to re-register, your log-in details have stayed the same and your account is ready for you to use.
We have many new features planned and will continue to develop the site over the coming months.
Watch our quick walkthrough video to see how to use the site:
We hope that you will find BeeBase to be a valuable resource and will continue to support us by keeping your records up to date, helping us to effectively monitor and control the spread of serious honeybee diseases and pests.
If you encounter any issues or have any feedback please do get in touch
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