I also made an internal jar feeder out of one my candy boards that I made last winter but never used. I drilled six holes in the board and placed window screen over the middle two to allow for ventilation. I placed this feeder on Hive #13.
I also noticed something that gives me mixed feelings for Hive #13....I found a supersedure queen cell near the top of a frame. I would rather they not try and swarm at this time of year, but maybe they know more than me.
I also placed a double feeder on Hive #15, the Wallace Hive because it was starting out having to make comb from scratch. I placed two enterance feeders on it.
I also found two dead hives today: #8 & #10. It was sad, but expected as they were not doing well. These hives were the Kull Extraction and the Buzzard Swarm. As I think back over the time with them, both had poor laying queens.
I also followed-up on a phone call last week about a bee tree that blew down and there were bees keeping it from getting cut up. I stopped by the house and easily found the tree in the backyard.
As I inspected the tree, I realized that the flying things were not honey bees but were yellow jackets! I informed the home owner of her options, and that she didn't have to feel bad about killing them since they weren't honey bees.