The temperature inside a bee hive is around 33 degrees and when they get stressed the temperature is normally around 37 degrees
all the bees or what ever is inside the hive would be disrupted and probably chance after you
In a temperate climate bees will not fly from the hive if the temperature is too low. The air temperature must be above about 14oC (57oF) for them to fly any distance. For this reason in spring or late autumn you can get the impression that all the bees have disppeared. They haven't, they are just staying in the hive.
Bees like to be in a dark place so there are two methods of getting a swarm into a hive. The fastest way is to shake the bees out of the container that they are in, straight onto the top of the frames that are inside the hive and replace the roof of the hive thereby leaving them in the dark and giving them the chance to settle down. If you have time available, it is much more interesting to watch them walk into the hive by themselves. Every hive has a small entrance for the bees near the bottom of the hive. You place a ramp from the ground to the entrance of the hive and shake the bees out of the container that they are in, onto the ramp. When the bees find the hive entrance and realise that it is dark inside, they will start to walk into the hive but as it is a small entrance and there are lots of bees, it will probably take about an hour for them all to get in.
Forager bees will return to where the hive was. When they can't find it they will look for a hive nearby (within a matter of a few metres). If they find one they will enter that hive and become one of that colony. If there is no hive nearby, they will eventually die: how quickly will depend on weather conditions and overnight temperature. A beekeeper will try to avoid this situation happening by moving hives in the evening after all foragers have returned to the hive.
This can vary greatly depending on the 'forage' available to the bees throughout the year. Therefore the amount of honey produced in a single hive can range from nothing at all to 300 pounds.
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female bees make honey and do other things in the hive Answer: With the exception of a few male (drones) in the hive all bees in a hive are female. They do all the work. The only task the males have is to mate with the new queens if the hive swarms or if the present queen dies
they all die except for the queen who hibernates in the ground Bees usually spend the winter inside of their hive.
According to the National Parks Service, the temperature within the cave (apart from the entrances) is very close to 54 F, or 12 C, at all times of the year.
The bees will swarm and leave the hive and look for another source to sustain their colony and build another hive.
If you do All-Star cheerleading you can cheer all year
20,000 to 50,000 worker bees, all female in one hive on its own.
i heard a thing about vinegar in a bowl that my help Answer for bee hive You need to locate the bee hive and destroy it at night when the bees will all be in the hive. I would call a professional if it is a large hive.
all of the bees in the hive
They do all the work.
it would hot all year at the temperature of 80 degrees.
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There are up to 80000 bees in a hive so it would be quite difficult to give them all a name!
In a laboratory constant temperature room.
Hawaii's temperature fluctuates the least throughout the year when compared to other states. The average fluctuation in temperature is about 7 degrees.
Twenty thousand (20,000) to 60,000 or even 80,000 honeybees is the size of the apian population in one beehive. The number tends to be lowest in February and March and highest in June. The population will be about 5 percent represented by male drones and about 95 percent represent by female workers, both of whom will be ruled by one queen.
The queen's only job is to lay eggs. The males (drones) do no work. The workers (all female) perform every task in the hive: * Hive cleaning * Feeding the larvae * Feeding and cleaning the queen * Feeding the drones * Building new comb * Taking nectar and pollen from the foragers and storing it in comb cells * Fanning the nectar to promote evaporation of water, turning it into honey * Hive ventilation by fanning wings to create an air flow * Temperature control in the hive * Guarding the hive entrance * and last, but not least, foraging for nectar, pollen, propolis and water.
It will vary according to a number of factors: the number of bees; the state of health of the bees; the availability of nectar-producing flowers; how good the weather is during the summer, and so on. Given all these factors and a reasonable year, it is possible for one hive to produce around 50 pounds of honey.
All bees in a hive are female. The workers are sterile females. The only time there are males is in the spring when there is a new queen to be serviced.There are usually more than 1 million bees in a hive.
You measure the temperature every day for a year, add up all these temperature readings then divide the number you get by the number of days in a year (365). You can then improve this by finding the average year on year and by add up all the yearly averages and divide the number you get by the number of years you have added up.