Bee Camera. Bee Cam. The Cam. You had many names.
You were most helpful for remote inspections, when we were out of town or when the sky released drops of rain or flakes of snow.
You have allowed hundreds if not thousands of people to view thousands of bees every single day of the year, for years. Family members living afar, friends afraid to come near the bees but piqued by their splendor, and strangers from across the world; all have been touched by your abilities.
Every year you would break down, for weeks or months at times, and yet, every year you would be revived, resilient as ever.
You, along with your zooming capabilities, will be dearly missed.
APRIL 20TH UPDATE: Fear not, readers! We are working on purchasing and installing a new bee camera, which may be set up within the month. If you cannot keep your curiosity at bay, keep checking back on the page, though we will make another post again once it has been resurrected.
In the meantime, if you would like to see our apiary for yourself, feel free to contact us and we would be more than happy to accommodate you for a tour.
We hope that you are doing well! Hap-bee Tuesday!