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Honey Bees taking over nest box

This nest box at a NE TX farm got a late swarm of Honey Bees inside the box

and they were covering the whole box in late October..


This late March 2009 photo shows how mild of a winter we had because

normally it takes about 30 pounds of honey to winter over a large hive of

bees. This nest box has a 5x5 bottom and appears to be about 8" tall on the

inside of the box. Honey Bees were able to work flowers nearly all winter

this year in this area.

Photo by Keith Kridler


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Taken on March 20, 2009