hi jeny can bees go opsiddown
Yes, bees can go upside down.
hi its cam is it possible for a wasps to be friend with a bee thanks jenny
No, honey bees wouldn't be friends with a wasp.
hi do bees go to dead flours your friend cam thanks jenny
Bees want to go to flowers that are alive so they can gather nectar and pollen.
jenny Do bees dye.
Yes bees do die; a worker will fly so much during her life that her wings become tattered and she can not return to her hive.
hi jenny this is cam F again do bees eat other insects? and when bees bees are born do they protect the queen?
The food for honey bees is the nectar and honey. The bees protect the queen once they are born because they know she is important in the hive.
hi jenny this is cam F again do bees pollinate for a reason? and do bees make honey for us,bees or everyone?
Honey bees are going to flowers to gather pollen for their hive, but in return they end up spreading that pollen which provides pollination for us. Bees make honey for themselves and as beekeepers we remove some for us to enjoy, but it also makes room for the bees to make more honey.
do bees dance
yes bees do a waggle dance to communicate great nectar and pollen sources
hi jeny can bees nosedive
yes, could nose dive at you if they felt threatened.
hi jeny dobees have a smel
Bees don't individually have very detectable smell
hi jenny how meany bees hatch a day and how do you now if a crib lost there liederthanks jenny.
A queen can lay 2,000 eggs a day which in return can equal up to 2,000 bees hatching every day. A hive knows if they lost their queen because her special smell isn't found in the hive.
hi jenny do pollinate trees
Yes, honey bees pollinate trees including apple, lemon, and orange producing trees.
Hi there! I'm a veterinarian and hobbyist beekeeper with Iowa State University and am interested in using your photo of drawing out comb on black foundation from your May 1, 2016 blog post in an educational module I'm developing for U.S. veterinarians on honey bee health. I'm writing to see if you would give me permission to use your photo and if so, how you would like to be credited. If this is something you would consider, please email me at email@example.com and I'll provide more details. Thanks for your time!Kristen Obbink, DVM, MPH, DACVPMCenter for Food Security and Public HealthIowa State Universitykobbink@iastate.edu
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