Goulds, St. John's
- Tasting Fireweed Honey right out of a beehive! Fireweed produces a nectar that is sought after by beekeepers. It is premium!
- Honey Bee on Willow. Willows are an early source of food for honey bees after a long winter.
- Make your honey bee hike a team building experience.
- The first day of spring 2018 we opened Adelaide’s Honey Bee, Pollinator and Wildflower Reserve. The only one of its kind!
- Honey Bee collecting fireweed nectar which is possibly one of the worlds finest honeys.
Adelaide’s Honey Bee, Pollinator and Wildflower ReserveGoulds, St. John's
Eco-agri-tourism experience where there is something for everyone. Each visit is different with experiences such as opening up a beehive and seeing inside, observing honey bees and active pollinators foraging on wild flowers then returning to their hive with pollen and nectar. Come walk our wilderness trail where you may see grouse, rabbits, and waterfowl and learn about local wildflower and our boreal forest. Tours are also offered.
Travel Offers from Adelaide’s Honey Bee, Pollinator and Wildflower Reserve
Locations & Dates
- 274 Backline, Goulds, St. John's
- 47.4701, -52.7844
- Jun 1 - Oct 15, 2019
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