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Lack of bees?

On Sun, 6 Oct 1996 CEMahan@aol.com wrote:

> >	But a dirth of bees!!  Anyone else concerned about the lack of bees??
> Yes...there have been lots of butterflies and hummingbirds this year...more
> than I ever remember. But very few bees.  I have not seen one honeybee this
> year, and usually there are swarms.  

	We have had bees as usual and that includes honeybees. In fact, we 
	had one new variety of bee this year. Neither Andy
	 or I had ever seen it or at least noticed it before.

	Cold enough up here for winter....brrrrrrrr.

	Ellen Gallagher  e_galla@moose.ncia.net  Zone 3, Lancaster, New
	Hampshire, USA

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