I still have my candy boards on my hives. I have noticed that the bees have eaten through a portion of the front of the board but 75% of the board still remains in tact (viewing from the top). Since the temps are warming up the bees will move to the remainder of the candy board if they need food correct? I have read about bees dying of starvation because they wouldn't move out of cluster far enough to tap into honey reserves. I am assuming this is only during the frigid cold of winter. Night temps here are 40s with the occasional dip into the 30s or upper 20s. I haven't opened the hive up in about a week due to a lot of rain in the area. They have made it this far through winter, I would love to see them make it all the way!