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Minging things found inside trees....

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a few gopping things I've found inside trees of late...glad I didn't put my hand in!:vroam:

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yes, it was a bee's nest...I didn't have a clue what it was until someone pointed it out to me...I seems to be full of dead bees...is that what happens to them when they die in winter?

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Depends on the type of bee. Honey bees will survive in a cluster over winter if they are healthy, have enough food and the colony is big enough to generate the heat to stop them from freezing.

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I found a old bees nest in a nice big old hollow Ash last year... gave a nice pungent smell off when i went through it :001_cool:

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Dead things are worst, once had a dead squirrel up a tree, boy did that stink!!:thumbdown:

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