Sections of the hollow trees were set upright in "bee yards" or apiaries. ... The
bee gum allows the bees themselves to make their hive ...
Worker honey bees make hives to store honey and feed themselves throughout
winter when they cannot go outdoors to forage for food. Honey bee hives are ...
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May 1, 2008 ... Dan explains how he puts a new colony of bees into their new hive. ... what do
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Asian honeybees form hives in open spaces, usually on tree branches and cliff
overhangs. Large honeybees make a single, huge honeycomb at the bottom of a
Bees can be extremely intelligent. Not only do they learn how to overcome
obstacles by doing, but they can actually learn by watching others as well. Bees.
Jan 30, 2016 ... How does it come into existence in the hive? Do bees collect it? Is it part ... How
much honey does a bee have to eat to make wax? Bees must ...
Bees collect nectar and pollen to make honey to feed the hive. As they eat honey,
their ... The production of beeswax is essential to the bee colony. It is used to ...
Nov 2, 2015 ... When bees make hexagons in their hives, the six-sided shapes fit ... They can
hold the queen bee's eggs and store the pollen and honey the ...
May 28, 2014 ... When the bee colony splits, a new queen will stay with the existing hive and the
... had problems with honey bees, make sure the honeycomb is removed. ... This
bee was able to defend its hive better and swarmed more often, ...
Their jobs include: caring for larvae (baby bees), making wax, building
honeycomb, cleaning up the hive, storing pollen, making honey, guarding the