I've had mine on small cell for several years, so I'll declare it the winner.
I'm pretty psyched about starting my small cell adventure this spring--only a couple of weeks and I get my small cell bees.
One of my neighbors thinks he has a bee tree on his property. I went to look, but it was too cold for anyone to be flying. I'm hoping we have a warm day while there's still snow on the ground, since I figure one of the easiest ways to spot a bee tree is signs of cleansing flights on the snow.
Trying some bee lining is another thing I want to try. After the bee club talk about ferals in Arnot Forest, I have a hope that here in the "holler" we might have a few, too.
It occurs to me... my crazy dog likes to eat bees. I wonder if I could train him to sniff out hives?