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A blog following the beekeepers at the University of Washington.

Friday, July 20, 2012

What do bees do when it rains? If it's not raining very hard, they may brave the storm and continue to fly out for food. But to them, a raindrop is a bucket full! So when it rains hard, as it did this morning, the bees stay home but crowd the porch and wait for the sun! These gobs of anxious bees are just raring to go! As soon as the rain lets up, they're OFF! Great work ethic  -- they have already put up a whole box of honey, even in our cool, wet summer!

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