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bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES001

At the end of a hot day, bees cluster to regulate the temperature inside the hive.

 

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES002

Various techniques are used to recover swarms depending on where they have settled. Under roof tiles, a vacuum cleaner fitted with a box is often the best solution.
When the swarm is accessible, a hive need merely be placed below it, and then the swarm made to fall into the box. These operations require a level head, a steady hand, and an excellent understanding of bees.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES003

Various techniques are used to recover swarms depending on where they have settled. Under roof tiles, a vacuum cleaner fitted with a box is often the best solution.
When the swarm is accessible, a hive need merely be placed below it, and then the swarm made to fall into the box. These operations require a level head, a steady hand, and an excellent understanding of bees.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES004

Various techniques are used to recover swarms depending on where they have settled. Under roof tiles, a vacuum cleaner fitted with a box is often the best solution.
When the swarm is accessible, a hive need merely be placed below it, and then the swarm made to fall into the box. These operations require a level head, a steady hand, and an excellent understanding of bees.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES005

Various techniques are used to recover swarms depending on where they have settled. Under roof tiles, a vacuum cleaner fitted with a box is often the best solution.
When the swarm is accessible, a hive need merely be placed below it, and then the swarm made to fall into the box. These operations require a level head, a steady hand, and an excellent understanding of bees.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES006

In May, a swarm
has formed on the branch
of an olive tree.
The queen has just left
her beehive with half
the colony. On the branch,
she is waiting for
the return of her scout
workers when they have
found a location
suitable for a new colony
to settle.

 

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES007

In May, a swarm has formed on the branch of an olive tree. The queen has just left her beehive with half the colony.
On the branch, she is waiting for the return of her scout workers when they have found a location suitable for a new colony to settle.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES008

Various techniques are used to recover swarms depending on where they have settled. Under roof tiles, a vacuum cleaner fitted with a box is often the best solution.
When the swarm is accessible, a hive need merely be placed below it, and then the swarm made to fall into the box. These operations require a level head, a steady hand, and an excellent understanding of bees.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES009

Various techniques are used to recover swarms depending on where they have settled. Under roof tiles, a vacuum cleaner fitted with a box is often the best solution.
When the swarm is accessible, a hive need merely be placed below it, and then the swarm made to fall into the box. These operations require a level head, a steady hand, and an excellent understanding of bees.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES010

A swarm has settled on
a pine tree near Nimes,
France, and has started
building combs.
It was lucky to survive
a mild winter.
Located ina private garden,
this swarm has grown
into a full beehive.

 

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES011

A swarm has settled on a pine tree near Nimes, France, and has started building combs. It was lucky to survive a mild winter. Located ina private garden, this swarm has grown into a full beehive.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES012

A swarm has settled on
a pine tree near Nimes,
France, and has started
building combs.
It was lucky to survive
a mild winter.
Located ina private garden,
this swarm has grown
into a full beehive.

 

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES013

A swarm has settled on a pine tree near Nimes, France, and has started building combs. It was lucky to survive a mild winter. Located ina private garden, this swarm has grown into a full beehive.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES014

Charles, apiculturist and swarm hunter climbs on a tall oak as bees form a swarm around their queen to protect her. Loaded will honey for the trip, they are not dangerous. The beekeeper focuses on the queen. If he does not catch her, the bees will escape the basket to rejoin her and the operation will have been useless.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES015

Charles, apiculturist and swarm hunter climbs on a tall oak as bees form a swarm around their queen to protect her. Loaded will honey for the trip, they are not dangerous. The beekeeper focuses on the queen. If he does not catch her, the bees will escape the basket to rejoin her and the operation will have been useless.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES016

The scout bees have
managed to convince
the bees of the swarm
of the comfort and quality
of the new accommodations
they have located.
The queen takes off
for the new site,
followed by the swarm,
made up of bees
of all ages and roles,
as well as a few drones.

 

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES017

The scouts have
spotted an empty hive
on an apiary and
thousands of bees
swarm in to take
possession of it.

 

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES018

The scouts have
spotted an empty hive
on an apiary and
thousands of bees
swarm in to take
possession of it.

 

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES019

In Collias in the Gard, a swarm lands on the cliff near the bank of the River Gardon. Swarming starts between April and May, when the abundance of food has strengthened the hive, which thus has numerous brood cells and queen cells.

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES020

A swarm has settled
on a pine tree near Nimes,
France, and has started
building combs.
It was lucky to survive
a mild winter.
Located ina private garden,
this swarm has grown
into a full beehive.

 

 

bees © Éric Tourneret

 

LES021

The scouts have
spotted an empty hive
on an apiary and
thousands of bees
swarm in to take
possession of it.

 



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