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After the thunder this afternoon i need to put more feed for the bees and they flew at me with a definite sting in their tail has anyone noticed this with your bees today:grouphug::confused:
 

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Electric storm - yes the lightning part (not the noise) will affect them.

It is in most books and covered on most courses, is it not?

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Muggy weather, and or thundery weather will make the bees temperamental.

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:iagree:


They are better than Micheal Fish at weather forcasting :)
 

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They are better than Michael Fish at weather forecasting :)

Most people are :toetap05:. Lost 5 trees in THAT storm/hurricane
 

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When we inspected, all it took was for a cold breeze to pass over and the noise level went up a notch. I seem to be very sensitive to their moods, no - one else noticed until i mentioned it.....but that's because they terrify me lol :p and I am looking out for the slightest change in temperament so I can run away
 

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