What would you like to do?
from their queen bee!
They eat it when they can't leave the hive to forage for nectar.
It is a bug or bee that makes honey.
Honey bees were brought to the Americas by European settlers.
Honey badgers do get stung, but they have a coarse coat and a tough skin which bees find difficult to penetrate with their stings.
No. If you don't give them any hassle, they probably won't hassle you. But there are always exceptions to every rule!
They store it in honeycombs and feed their babies with it.
The Varroa mite, Foul brood, Insecticides and a careless beekeeper.
This is a web site about bee keeping...Once you have a swarm of bees working to make honey you just have to let the honey drain, or you could purchase a draner that will take …the honey out of the hive for you. http://www.beeremovalspecialist.com/beekeeping.html
They collect nectar from flowers, mix it with various enzymes and regurgitate it as honey.
They gather pollen from flowers, and take it to their hive. Where they make the honey.
Bees eat honey; it is a form of food that they are able to store for future needs.
there are actually not that harmful unless you are allergic to the venom. Other types of be are dangerous if you are alergic to them . They could kill you
You buy them from the supermarket. ;Odurh
A sting beeswax honey propolis royal jelly a nice smell busing/humming fertilised flowers a lot of pleasure