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Offline Intheswamp

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not JP quality, but.... :)
« on: April 22, 2014, 11:24:21 AM »
I had this swarm in a privet hedge thicket so I figured I'd video it for....some reason.  :laugh:

There's five parts to it, the first 2 or 3 parts are the better ones...the last two are the bees settling down in the hivebox.  Don't expect this film to win a prize at the Cannes Film Festival.  :-D

Enjoy :)
Ed

#1
http://youtu.be/mjkLFGm6pKA

#2
http://youtu.be/MnTHXhQvWWw

#3
http://youtu.be/FI7q-riwrI4

#4
http://youtu.be/fKFxUWQUuxk

#5
http://youtu.be/z0WlMU96A0Q
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Re: not JP quality, but.... :)
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2014, 01:55:36 PM »
very little that we do is JP quality.   :-D

congrats on the catch!
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