Firsts 60 plus temps here in eastern Oklahoma today, so I walk through my yard to find one of my hives starved out within the last two weeks. The weather is supposed to remain above 60 for the next week. My other hives are very active bringing in a lot of pollen. My question is because they are bringing in pollen, are they in the clear as far as starvation is concerned? I understand that pollen is their primary protein source, so they should be able to store and then consume the pollen as they need it when we go below 50 degrees and they cluster again. Or do they need to store honey as well as pollen to survive.