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Stolen Nectar Honey

Honeybees can travel up to two miles to find nectar for making honey.  Although you can't prove it, my honeybees. . .  might be. . . gathering nectar from the neighbors.  They make a "beeline" back to the hive and mix it with what other honeybees have gathered in my yard.  No one is the wiser.  While they are out there, they are "borrowing" pollen on their legs.  They leave a little on a flower here and on another flower there, helping farmers and gardeners along their journeys.

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