Skyler Marsh
  • Ruidoso, NM
  • United States
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Jessie Brown commented on Skyler Marsh's blog post Getting the word out
"Actually, looks like Raymond is going to contact her. "
Oct 5, 2013
Jessie Brown commented on Skyler Marsh's blog post Getting the word out
"Hi Skyler, I think I might know somebody. I will pass on your information to see if they are interested in checking them out. "
Oct 5, 2013
Skyler Marsh posted a blog post

Getting the word out

A lady called me today from Belen.  Her name is Angelina Ritter and she said that a bunch of bees attacked her husband today as he was walking down the street.  She is concerned that they are Africanized bees, but I don't really think they are.  She would like someone to get the bees if they can.  I know that it is late in the year for this, but I thought maybe someone would like to check them out.  I don't know a lot of beeks in Northern New Mexico but I figured you guys might know someone…See More
Oct 4, 2013
Skyler Marsh commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"I would just like to inform you all that I just got back from my detail in Idaho.  I was gone all summer after an unexpected job offer made me temporarily move.  Would like to tell Mr. Mccarty thanks for the help in Ruidoso with the…"
Sep 1, 2013
Paul McCarty replied to Skyler Marsh's discussion Beehive under house in Ruidoso/Mescalero area in the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Rob was telling me about a hive in this area - I bet it is the same one. I have no room right now and my trap is occupied. Maybe someone else can get it. Sounds like a good one to get some good mountain bees. If I had the space I would go for it."
Jul 7, 2013
Skyler Marsh added a discussion to the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
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Beehive under house in Ruidoso/Mescalero area

I want to apologize, I sent a message to the whole group instead on the discussion like it was intended.  I don't know how the other method works, so I would just like to repost it here in case someone doesn't check their messages!  Again, sorry about that! There is a guy living around Mescalero (or Ruidoso, I can't remember, his email disappeared) that I talked to on the phone today.  He has a hive under his house that has been there for about 5 years.  He said that you can open the crawlspace…See More
Jul 7, 2013
Ralph Ketter replied to Skyler Marsh's discussion Presentation supplies in the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Skyler, I do intend to build a presentation one-day topbar observation hive sometime similar to Jessie's Observation hive.  I wish I already had it done as we could have used it twice for school presentations this spring.  I…"
Apr 30, 2013
Skyler Marsh is now friends with James G. Blackburn II and Paul McCarty
Apr 30, 2013
Skyler Marsh added a discussion to the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
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Presentation supplies

Hello all!  I hope everyone is doing well.  An elementary school called work today and asked if someone could do a pollinator presentation for a 5th grade class in Ruidoso.  Naturally, my boss called me, and it looks like I am doing a presentation Friday morning at 8:30 am.  I was wondering if anyone might have some props I could borrow to use Friday or could point me into a website that might have children activities that were bee or pollinator related.  I have a veil, gloves, smoker, some…See More
Apr 30, 2013
Patricia Drake replied to Skyler Marsh's discussion Introduction in the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Welcome to the SNMB's.  It is good to hear of another beekeeper in the higher terrains of the Sacramento Mountains.  Ruidoso is close to the same altitude where I have located my hives. It is encouraging to hear your hives…"
Mar 27, 2013
Diana Calkins replied to Skyler Marsh's discussion Introduction in the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Welcome Skylar!  It's very exciting to see more and more southern NM people following up on their beekeeping interests and sharing with their neighbors."
Mar 21, 2013
Rob Shepler replied to Skyler Marsh's discussion Introduction in the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"So glad you found us! NMBKA is about mentoring and you are DOING IT. Great job Skyler! Rob"
Mar 21, 2013
Paul McCarty replied to Skyler Marsh's discussion Introduction in the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Glad to see you finally made it her Skyler!"
Mar 21, 2013
Skyler Marsh added a discussion to the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
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Introduction

I would just like to introduce myself here.  My name is Skyler Marsh and I live and play in Ruidoso.  I have followed this group for some time, but since I had just moved here, started work, etc etc, I never joined because I just didn't have time!  This will be my 5th year of beekeeping.  I started in Alabama (where I grew up) and when I came out here I couldn't help but keep going.  I acquired a few hives around Cuba NM and brought them back.  They overwintered well (even though one hive I…See More
Mar 21, 2013
Skyler Marsh joined Rob Shepler's group
Mar 21, 2013
Skyler Marsh is now a member of New Mexico Beekeepers Association
Mar 7, 2013

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Langstroth

Skyler Marsh's Blog

Getting the word out

A lady called me today from Belen.  Her name is Angelina Ritter and she said that a bunch of bees attacked her husband today as he was walking down the street.  She is concerned that they are Africanized bees, but I don't really think they are.  She would like someone to get the bees if they can.  I know that it is late in the year for this, but I thought maybe someone would like to check them out.  I don't know a lot of beeks in Northern New Mexico but I figured you guys might know someone…

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