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F-22 jet is grounded by huge swarm of bees

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aquatus1

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pallidin

Well... I'll bee danged.

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aquatus1

Pallidin, long time no see, what's the buzz?

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South Alabam

That would not really have grounded it, had it been an Interceptor on alert or something similar, they were just beeing sensitive.

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Merc14

Happened to our mailbox once. Called a bee keeper, he found the queen and put her in his frame hive and the bees joined her

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Gecks

How quickly do these bees move in? Or would the jet have been sitting unused for a period of time?

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Farmer77
13 minutes ago, Gecks said:

How quickly do these bees move in? Or would the jet have been sitting unused for a period of time?

In minutes. They show up in an entire swarm all at once. 

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Merc14
2 hours ago, Farmer77 said:

In minutes. They show up in an entire swarm all at once. 

Farmer is spot on, it just happens as you are watching.  I will ask that if this  happens to anyone here that you call a local bee keeper (they will be happy to help) rather than spray poison on these wonderful creatures.  They are having problems and we need all the bees we can get.   The bee keeper will  grab the Queen and all the others will follow (really cool to watch) and a new honey making hive will be born that pollinates acres of plants. 

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