Restocking supply

The busiest season of the year for the bees is spring. Not only because of restocking food, but it’s also the season when new colonies are started, and established colonies re-emerge. The worker bees in spring are busy foraging food for their colony as soon as the first source of pollen emerges. Pollen is the primary source of proteins for honey bees, especially for larvae. A worker bee can visit around 2,000 flowers per day. However, due to its capacity for carrying food sources with pollen basket or corbicula, which is part of the tibia on the hind legs. Bees can visit only around 50 to 100 flowers before having to return to the hive to dispose of their supply.
Several bees flying with a few of them landing on a wall