BeeCam


NaplesBees.com Apiary
Live BeeCams HD Streaming Video

There are currently four BeeCams …. #1, #2, #3, and #4
For a full screen HD view, click on the bottom right
viewing icon    within the video frame.

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BeeCam #1
BeeCam #1 shows a camera view of various complete hives. This view may change from time to time as the camera is remote controlled.

BeeCam #2
BeeCam #2 shows a camera view of the entire apiary, which currently consists of around 15 hives. This view may change from time to time as the camera is remote controlled.
   
BeeCam #3
BeeCam #4
BeeCam #3 and #4 show a close up camera view of selected hives’ entrances.
Activity at the individual bee level can be observed.

The live BeeCams may be repositioned at any time in
order to show other viewing angles in our apiary.

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connect to the BeeCam video streaming service

 

Bees are most active at the entrance during late morning till mid afternoon. Bees making the transition from nurse bees to foragers will explosively emerge in mass in the mid afternoon hours and perform their orientation flight in front of the hive. Depending on brood population/weather/season, it can be a spectacular sight to behold. Also, one can sometimes tell what flora is available by observing the color of the pollen sacs on the legs of returning bees.

Why the honeybee is so important to everyone.

Another interesting and great video of bees.