Photos from inside a tree reveal intimate lives of wild honeybees

February 12, 2020

Just non stop confirmation being written in mainstream publications of what the bees are capable of when they are allowed to perform natural behaviours. Evidence that after a threat arrives such the Asian Hornet, they just need time to adapt. When a hive is strong and healthy they can do this, such as shown in this tree colony. 

 

Can the general public now with the right education start to question where they get their honey from and ask beekeepers questions about how they keep & treat their bees?

 

“We’re so used to seeing bees or thinking of bees living in a square white box. And that’s how they live for beekeepers. But it’s not how they lived for millions of years on their own.” Tom Seeley

Read the full article by National Geographic: 

 

 

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2020/03/photos-reveal-wild-honeybees-intimate-lives-inside-a-tree-feature/?fbclid=IwAR0E0IPIYGbG4-Hhb9JqrcMmw4WLuOssehN_NvU7H24YgM8_clAA7IKFt94

 

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