Bee Hives in the Fields, of a few photos of the beehives in the fields with all the natural field flowers like dandelion and other wild flowers.
Bee Hives in the Fields of flowers
As well as some wild raspberry plants and the trees surrounding the fields with their lovely flowers.
All natural pollen or nectar for the bees to collect and to fill the cones in their hives.
They then transform the nectar into honey and seal the cones off with a wax cap.
Bee hives in Fields. Eastern Cape South Africa.
Some Wild flowers.
A variety of flowers, that come up all over the fields.
It helps that no animals have grazed in the fields as they tend to enjoy eating a variety of leaves.
Hives among’st natural wild field flowers. The beehives are placed near or under shaded areas.
In case for when the sunny days get to very high temperatures the bees don’t have a lot of
work to do to fan the cones.
Especially if there is brood (eggs) in the hive.
They must stay at a constant temperature.
Beehives in the fields in the East Cape.(sealed.)
A few more hives in the fields placed of the ground on a bench like table, to prevent from
being flooded when it rains.
Preventing ants, as well as their entrances getting overgrown with grass.
As they have a small entrance for bees to enter and to exit. this is guarded by the guard bees.