Sunday, March 20, 2011

Howey-In-the-Hills Bee Swarm in an Amphora

Definitely something I don't see everyday... a honey bee swarm had decided to take up residence in this decorative Amphora:
Howey in the Hills Bee Swarm
 Amphorae were used by ancient Greeks to store and transport liquids, grains and other valuables. What's really cool is that pottery similar to amphorae were used for honey bee cultivation and shipping of the most valuable bee product, honey!

This Howey-In-The-Hills honey bee swarm decided to move into this container and was quickly removed by the team. Call us for bee swarm remvoval at 1-800-343-5317

Richard Martyniak M.Sc., Entomologist

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