A couple of weeks ago a bear came and dumped both of my hives over and strewed everything all around. He smashed up some of the frames - unfortunately it was about 30 degrees that morning so it was too cold for bees to be out of the hive. I put the hives back together as best I could when the day warmed up - surprisingly there were quite a few surviving bees. Obviously the bear had mixed everything up so I didn't really know what I was putting where. I had left the supers on for the winter and there was brood in one of the super frames. In any case, one of the hives didn't make it. There was a big clump of dead bees inside. The other hive has bees coming and going with pollen. Because there was brood on some of the damaged frames I didn't remove them for repair so as to give the bees a chance to create a queen if there was no queen. I left them alone until this weekend when I went in to see what was going on. There are 2 supers and 2 deeps on the hives (why I did that is another story). There is brood in one of the super frames - they're doubled over and still uncapped. There is uncapped honey and capped honey. I didn't look at the bottom deep so I don't know what's in there but it seemed that they are foraging for pollen and finding something to make honey with. Sorry for this long post - I guess I wanted to know what I should do - there are a lot of bees in there - I doubt I can get a queen anytime soon. Should I start feeding them or just leave them alone or what? What is likely to be going on right now? Do bees go foraging and working in the hive if there's no queen? What do I do now? The hive is in chaos as far as wax needing repairs, leaves stuck to frames, etc.