Lesson 3.2 Swarming

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The swarming season is a springtime phenomenon in temperate and northern climates coinciding with the prime nectar flows. In my area that is roughly the months of May and June. Interestingly, although the likelihood of swarms decreases to almost nothing in the summer, there is a second rise in general swarming tendency in the early fall. What is a swarm? […]

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