A bee flies back to a swarm in an oak tree in Salina, Kan. New honey bee colonies are formed when a queen bee leaves a colony with many worker bees.
A bee flies back to a swarm in an oak tree in Salina, Kan. New honey bee colonies are formed when a queen bee leaves a colony with many worker bees. Tom Dorsey The Associated Press
A bee flies back to a swarm in an oak tree in Salina, Kan. New honey bee colonies are formed when a queen bee leaves a colony with many worker bees. Tom Dorsey The Associated Press

Sudden bee swarm taught my son and me a lesson in respect for nature

April 25, 2016 01:23 PM