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    Default Re: Traffic Cone Bees

    I wonder if we will see this added to your collection of trashy,ratty old trap cones stuck to the side of a house some day.
    Decent amount of bees in there and they look healthy. Stupid, but healthy! J

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fivej View Post
    I wonder if we will see this added to your collection of trashy,ratty old trap cones stuck to the side of a house some day.
    Decent amount of bees in there and they look healthy. Stupid, but healthy! J
    Wow, that's not a half-bad idea......hmmmmmm.

    lolololol.....
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    Default Re: Traffic Cone Bees

    Pat, do you plan to leave them in the cone? You don't know what their comb will look like....a mess to work with for sure. It looks to be an easy shake out to transfer to a more workable hive now before they a lot of comb built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim KS View Post
    Pat, do you plan to leave them in the cone? You don't know what their comb will look like....a mess to work with for sure. It looks to be an easy shake out to transfer to a more workable hive now before they a lot of comb built.
    I know.

    But sometimes it's more interesting to let them go and live wildly in a structure like that.



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