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Filming the bees with Bill Catherall from The BeeVlog – KM075


We talk to Bill Catherall from Portland, Oregon about why he produces Beekeeping videos. This is Episode seventy five of our beekeeping podcast.

Bill has been beekeeper since April 2012 has been documenting his Beekeeping journey with videos on the famous YouTube BeeVlog channel.

This executive producers for this months show are Lauren Hoffman and Aaron Jennings from Jennings Apiaries. Thanks to all our patron supporters.

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What you will discover

  • Learn why Bill decided to start a YouTube Channel
  • How Bill finds the time to edit all his videos
  • Tools he uses to produce his videos.
  • Bill is the president of his local club Portland Urban Beekeepers Club
  • Bills number one tip to keep a smoker lit all day.


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Gary Fawcett

Gary enjoys designing new kiwimana products which we sell through our on-line shop.He is passionate about saving the Bees and encouraging urban beekeeping.Gary loves to write about issues that affect the Bees and our environment.He is also into tramping/walking in the beautiful New Zealand bush.
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2 thoughts on “Filming the bees with Bill Catherall from The BeeVlog – KM075

  1. Thanks for having me on Gary. It was great talking with you, and even more fun reliving it on the podcast. 🙂

    1. Thanks for the comment Bill and for coming on the show, yes I had a great time chatting.

      Enjoyed your extraction video, the last time we did crush and strain it just seemed to turn into a huge mess. You seemed to have better success.


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