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Bee Photographs

I put shells and pebbles in my bird bath for the bees to stand on while they are drinking.

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Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America.

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These are my new beehives. They’re in my backyard with bees installed just last Wed.

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The bees were thinking about swarming. They decided against it and went back into the hive. I promptly split them into two hives. Here is a short video of the event:Swarm

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The bees were on the cherry blossoms today.

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My hives before the nucs were loaded.

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Those look nice @greekbecky Are you in the UK? If so what paint brand?

I know some paint have gone through changes in recent years. Some paints leave a fishy smell but they may be indoor paints

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Can’t see this one just place holder?

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This is my Bee Pond for them to load up on water. They land on the geodes and small waterlily.

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Close up of the girls in the Bee Pond.

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Very pretty. Love the Dragonfly

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Thanks Valli! No, I’m in New York. I forgot the name of the brand, but it did not leave any residual smell.

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My husband made the two 9 foot hive stands of old wood from a bridge we had to replace. The parallel supports are far enough apart so I can hang frames on them during inspections. I put down the black plastic to kill the lawn. I will turn that area into a wildflower meadow.

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Wait until you pull that plastic off after a few weeks, you’ll find tons of snails. I did this in a similar sized area for my dahila garden and it was snail city, but that’s ok.

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Then I will have happy birds until the snails are gone :smile:

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Hi gapey. Gosh I love those hives you’ve built. And the colours are beautiful. Well done!