Our site-specific webcams are …
Live view has now been restored. Keep up to date by returning to view the cameras at the entrance and within our colony of honeybees. Activity times will change as we go into winter. There will be many thousands trying to survive the winter cold. Honeybees will fly when conditions allow, even when they should be in hibernation. Increased activity is due to weather extremes providing more suitable adhoc flying hours in the day. Please do not assume this is a good thing in winter, it is exactly the opposite. Honeybees grow older quicker the more they fly.
Excessive aging over the winter means they will die earlier than nature intended and those that are left for the emerging spring flights will be older and less able to sustain the colony. More on that another time.
For those of you returning live view has now been restored. Keep up to date by returning to view the cameras at the entrance and within our colony of honeybees. Here you can see from underneath, the colony clustering around their honeycomb hanging from the core of their nest above.