(home of bees)colmena feminine
- To restock the hive would cost around £50 and the entire crop of honey, worth about £140, is also useless.
- A swarm of bees arrived in Derrybeg last Sunday and decided to make a hive in a chimney pot in Third Avenue.
- Move slowly, especially through overhanging vegetation and brush, to avoid disturbing nests and hives.
- Whether you have your own hive or you pick up honey in the store, below are some ideas on how you can use this sweetener.
- The bees raise the virgin queens until mature at which time the beekeeper transfers them into a small hive called a nucleus.
- Now, farmers have introduced more innovatively designed hives from Germany while still making the hive out of local wood.
- I'm just trying to locate exactly where the hive's at.
- When I throw this rock at the hive, we both have to run straight at the hive and scoop it up into the shirt.
- If you overwinter your hive, don't harvest all the honey from the hive.
- They were transferred to a hive and then taken out to Kent.
- Two market executive members - Ron Rudiak and Tom Fast each have a table selling honey, fresh from the hive.
- He arrives with a special poison and pours it into the hive.
- The hum from the hive rises threateningly when it is disturbed.
- In addition, nonhumans would own what they build, such as hives and nests.
- In the winter they have no use, and are expelled from the hive.
- Enjoy nature and learn from the flight of birds, the green of the trees, the insects that carry life with them to the hive.
- However, when fully ‘sealed over’ and ripened in the hive, the honey acquired its characteristic taste and flavour.
- A soldier ran up and fired shots at it until it dropped the hive and ran off into the forest.
- The brick was not dropped on top of the hive because there were height differences between the source colony hives.
- Regardless, I scooped more up from the hive and scoffed them down.
(bee colony)enjambre masculine
- The state has 440,000 bee hives and beekeepers from other states drive their hives in each year to supplement them.
- But they are my responsibility, and it's always heartbreaking if a hive dies out.
- Such social hymenoptera may live together in nests or hives of many thousands of individuals, all descended form a single queen.
- The fly then emerges from its host, ready to infect other members of the hive.
- I know Morrissey sounds like he's trying to swallow a hive of honeybees, but this is a fantastic live album.
- One hive, he said, could produce 300 hives in three years.
- Still the pod drew nearer to the hive and risked entering the swarm.
2(busy place)the workshop was a hive of activity — el taller bullía de actividad