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pocast 021 "Keen on Bees with Dave Hunter"

 
Brice Moss
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I think that this is a great podcast and am looking forward to feedback. I'm opeing this thread for feedback about sound quality and my write up, please comment about the content in the critter care forum

http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/201-podcast-021-keen-on-mason-bees-with-dave-hunter/

also please spread this link all over the Internet with CCD decimating honeybee populations I think the information in this podcast may be one of the most important things we will talk about this month.
 
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You've done a great job, Brice! 

I think the reason you're not getting much feedback is that by the time you finish listening to the podcast you're fired up with enthusiasm about getting in some mason bees and giving them as presents to all the neighbours, and have completely forgotten about things like sound quality as it just wasn't really an issue. 
 
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I think the only time you think about sound quality is when it sucks! 
 
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If there had been a problem with the sound quality, this thread would now be on its second page.
 
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Glad to hear that ya'll are  enjoying my efforts. Next podcast will have some leftover audio issues on account of being recorded in moving vehicles of various sorts but I managed to make the voices louder than the noise.
 
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great info on bees. i learned alot.  bees are something ive considered getting into for yrs but havent done it yet.  b/c of all the work and time involved in the honey end of it all.  so i was glad to learn about the mason bees. im planning on setting up a small operation to propagate them.
 
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