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Posted on May 1st, 2016
Welcome to the Deer Park Owners Association website.
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Honey Bee Swarms
Posted on Mar 13th, 2016 Comments (0)
by Wizzie Brown, Texas AgriLife Extension Service Program Specialist
Honey bees are beneficial by producing honey, wax and pollinating crops.  With warmer temperatures, honey bees are becoming more active and may soon begin to swarm. 
Honey bee swarms look like a large clump of bees clustered together.  The swarm may stay in a location from a few hours to a week. Swarms are produced as a part of the colony’s reproductive process.  An established colony produces a new queen, causing the old queen and half the worker bees to leave the colony to search for a new nesting location.  Swarming honey bees are usually gentle and unlikely to sting. Swarms are not protecting their home, food or offspring. Scout bees are sent out from the swarm to search for a nesting site.  Colonies produce comb and honey and are defensive.  Bees from a colony are more likely to sting as they are guarding their home, food and offspring. 


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