Bees work on a honeycomb. March through June is peak swarm season, meaning bees leave their outgrown hives en masse to find a new home.
Bees work on a honeycomb. March through June is peak swarm season, meaning bees leave their outgrown hives en masse to find a new home. Getty Images Getty Images
Bees work on a honeycomb. March through June is peak swarm season, meaning bees leave their outgrown hives en masse to find a new home. Getty Images Getty Images

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