What are some tell tale sign of a queen without actually opening the hive and doing a deep inspection? I have heard they make a certain buzz if they have no queen, they are more defensive if they are without a queen. In the same token ive heard that if they are bringing in pollen that is a strong indicator that there is a queen and if they are docile another indicator there is a queen. Is there any more tricks. Reason i ask is i have been told by more then one person to give them 10 days of alone time, only refilling feeder and making sure pollen paddy is reloaded. I am 100% sure that the queen was released between the evening on the 20th and the afternoon of the 21st, the next 12 days is going to be in the mid 50s and chance of rain, i know that if it is raining i cant open the hive and i thought that if it isnt at least 60 to also not open the hive. So really today is my one day to check, but if i can no have to open the hive to verify queen is present then that is great.