Photo of the Day: A Honeybee’s Day is Labor Day

Tireless in their pursuit, worker bees of the honeybee colony collect pollen during the summer season from sunrise to sundown.  The pollen is stored within sacks on their rear legs, and once full, the honeybee returns to the hive where she stashes it into cells made of wax.  With time, the pollen metamorphoses into honey and is kept for winter’s surplus.