Bees in a cave on the top of the mountain.
Just to the right of the house.
Frank points to the
cave With the beehive inside.
It's bigger than it looks.
white dot is Frank about T of the way up.
The black hole in the
back of cave is
about 3 ft. wide by about 4 ft. high.
This is after the bees were killed.
The honeycomb is about 2 ft. long by
3 ft.wide and 3 to 4 ft. deep.
The bees in this cave were very
aggressive. Kids throwing rocks and things
into the hive had disturbed them. New bee activity (swarms
and hives) are
90% or more likely to be Africanized. No one should
disturb swarms or hives.
Teach your kids that bees can be deadly. They can be found
anywhere from a
cave on a mountain, to a tree, in a bush or water valve box in
your yard or the
park. Don't risk your or your loved one's health.
Call a professional. Never eat
the honey from a dead hive. It might have been sprayed with
insecticide or be
See also ... Bees in the Grand Canyon, Bees
in Sun City Grand
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