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a. High winds
b. Bear
c. Aftermath of a splitting marathon
 

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I was looking for a "D...all of the above....."!
 

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There's a problem with this question. You forgot to have a choice, D, which should say teenagers frat party. XD

I can feel the anguish of the beek seeing this done to his yard. Sorry.
 

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A coworker told me a story once about a bear that had went into the middle of a corn field, flattened out an area and made a decent size pile of ears of corn.

I find this photo interesting because it looks like a pile of frames in the center and lots of empty boxes scattered about.
 

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e. I know I left my hive tool somewhere.
 

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When I clicked on the thread, I had in my mind "It's gonna be either varroa or a bear." I think I can eliminate varroa on this one. Wait, to be sure - when did you test last? What is your treatment protocol? Did you test after?
 

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Ha! Funny that this thread was resurrected today. If I took a photo of that yard right now….it’d look pretty much the same. Queens arrive Wednesday.
 

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Dan, my yard looked like that this weekend. Almost have it cleaned back up. Feeders, feeding shims, frames (good and bad), supers, empty boxes, lids, queen excluders, etc. It was all there and it was all over.
 
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