Here’s an interesting archive from another beekeeping blog. It concerns beekeeping practices from the 1930’s and although it is silent footage, the vision allows for clear identification of the methods and equipment in use http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7F5u7Uqt1U&feature=player_embedded
These people really care about saving and preserving healthy bees that may otherwise be destroyed if the fallen tree has to be removed. It takes time and effort and is done for the love of the bees rather than for any monetary gain.
Not gummi worms
This is the sight that hits you as you take a look inside a mud wasp nest. The adult wasp deposits spiders and grubs of various species within the nest. She then lays her eggs within the prey to be used by the hatching young.