I am new to beekeeping and have two hives, one regular and one observation hive. Last night the observation hive was attached - probably by a bear as the rebar holding the hive in place, and to protect from the wind tipping it over, was bent. Not sure I could do that so it has to be something strong. Hive broken, one frame of two survived. I put into a nuc box w/ five new frames and a feeder, placing what was left of the broken frame near or leaning against the box so the rest of the bees can go in. Question: Am I doing the right thing? I have ordered a new queen which - best case - will arrive on Wednesday. I can deal w/ the prognosis/verdicts you more experienced beekeepers are willing to share - what are our chances? Thanks for any advice you can offer. Clairmont