I've lived in St. Petersburg Florida my entire life, and never seen a honey bee outside until maybe 10 years ago. Before that there were lots of wasps, but I never saw any bees. These days my entire neighborhood is literally swarming with honey bees. I haven't found any big nests yet, but there are bees all over the flowers in my back yard all day long. Of course, I don't mind. They generally keep to themselves, although my dog has been bitten twice in the last year. I think what's happening is that the bees are migrating to areas that Monsanto hasn't already drenched with poison. There are lots of pesticides in the City, but possibly not something that Monsanto would be spraying on crops...
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