If this question has been asked before, apologies. Two of our current TBHs have entries on the end of the hive. Currently they have the entry facing northerly and they are doing fine BUT the primary morning sun they get comes from the south easterly direction. During the winter months what little sun we get in the Pacific NW is almost exclusively from that direction and lasts from what serves a sunrise until about mid day heating as best as might be expected the opposite short side from the entry. This will be their second spring here and they originally arrived in May when sun is much less an issue as is general heat. I am giving some serious consideration to turning without moving total location both hives so one side is angled more SSE which will give one side more time to absorb what sun they might get. On sunny days even with temps below cleansing flight temperatures the opposite short side is noticeable warmer to the touch than any of the other three sides. Peak summer heat and timber areas adjacent to our property protect us from the worst of our summer suns to some degree and anything around here once it approaches 90 or more is considered HOT day. Really long way of asking, will the bees really care all that much to the change in entry direction?