Honey bees don't usually fly at night.
Bees don't come out at night as it is dark and it is cold
Skunks and/or bears love to eat bees and will dig large a round hole at night to get to the nest and eat them as the bees come out to investigate
bees come from eggs
Bees go to the hive at night to rest.
Bees are generally not active at night. Bees are attracted to light, so if they are flying at night, they generally will fly towards an electric light.
Very unlikely. Bees don't normally leave the hive at night.
No, but bumble bees do.
Some tropical bees can and the European hornets fly at night.
Bees tend not to sting at night due to the lowered temperatures. However, bees are physically capable of stinging any time.
Bees don't fly at night, so whatever you saw attracted to the light at night, wasn't a bee.
Bees do not typically fly at night due to the fact they navigate by the sun. If there is a full moon on a clear night or a lot of lights on in a house near to where a colony of bees lives, the worker bees will attempt to work. Bees want to work, so if they since there is daylight by which to work - they will work.
They usually don't fly at night.
Carpenter bees return to their hives at night. They build chambers in their hives, so that there is room for many of them to settle in.
They get the munchies in the middle of the night.
No. They are diurnal.
Bees do not 'suck honey during night' however if they are ill they are known to lick it up to regain energy.
No, bees rarely come into contact with this plant.
No, honey bees usually only fly in daylight.
It is very rare for a bee to be out at night. If you get stung at night by a bee it most likely will be because you have accidentally disturbed a hive. Bees live both above ground (such as honey bees) and below ground (such as bumble bees).
Bees tend to come out of their hive as soon as the sun comes out. The heat from the sun signals to the bees that it is time to begin their work for the day.
If you have a beekeeper in the area, they will come and remove the bees for you. If you can't get in touch with a beekeeper, an exterminator can come out and remove the bees. Honey bees are important to the environment, and shouldn't be killed unless it is a last resort.