John Sibley and his father Albert working bees
Albert Sibley's bee truck
Bee keeping is a family affair
George Sibley, Albert Sibley and children
Sibley's Queen-Bee-Anne Honey
Possibly 50+ years old
Sibley's Queen-Bee-Anne Honey - packaged by G.A.Sibley
10 oz Net
Almond trees in full bloom
Bees working almond blossoms
The sky is thick with our bees
Happy bee keepers
It was awesome watching our bees working in the almond orchards at Piangil, VIC
Bees building honeycomb
Building honeycomb extensions
Guarding the front door of a hive
Bees with honey & pollen stores
Bees are busy collecting pollen and storing in the honeycomb.
For bees the pollen is the main source of protein, lipids, vitamins, minerals and contains some carbohydrate.
Honey is their major carbohydrate source.
Our bees pollinating canola crops
Bees make such great pollinators, they end up covered in pollen.
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