Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Dead-Bees-at-Entrance-to-Beehive-in-Germany-27MZIFV99SS2.htmlConceptually similarBeehive in GermanyGP04LTLCompleted★★★★Entrance to Beehive in GermanyGP04LSMCompleted★★★★Honeybees in GermanyGP04LTHCompleted★★★★Entrance to Beehive in GermanyGP04LSFCompleted★★★★★★Entrance to Beehive in GermanyGP04LSGCompleted★★★★Beekeeper Collecting Dead Bees in GermanyGP04LSOCompleted★★★★Beekeeper Collecting Dead Bees in GermanyGP04LSPCompleted★★★★Beekeeper Collecting Dead BeesGP04LSQCompleted★★★★Observing Bees at Hive in GermanyGP04LSICompleted★★★★View AllGP04LSNDead Bees at Entrance to Beehive in GermanyBees fly in and out of the entrance to a beehive. Dead bees are visible in front of the entrance.In original language:Tote Bienen am Eingang zum BienenstockBienen fliegen am Eingang vom Bienenstock ein und aus. Tote Bienen liegen vor dem Einflugsloch.Locations:Germany-Hamburg-SendenhorstDate:21 May, 2013Credit:© Fred Dott / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Agriculture-Beekeepers-Beekeeping-Bees-Close ups-Day-Death-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Pollination-Save the Bees (Campaign title)Shoot:Greenpeace Visits Beekeeper in SendenhorstGreenpeace Germany Campaigner for Sustainable Agriculture, Dirk Zimmermann, visits beekeeper (apiarist), Dr. Simon Bach, in Sendenhorst. Healthy bee populations are of ecological and economic importance. There is an urgent need for the elimination of bee-harming pesticides from agriculture. Such elimination would be a crucial and effective first step to protect the health of bee populations and to safeguard their pollination value that is vital for the ecosystem and food production in Europe.