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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Kalalau123 told us that bees are difficult to shoot. "You have to understand their behavior and biology," he said. He refers to the bees that live in a huge nest under his house as 'tame honeybees,' different from dangerous yellow jackets in that they are 'very passive and nonagressive.' "I have never been stung in a honeybee shoot in 40 years."
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    Look in your back yard. You will find these little fellows. Working 18 hours a day in summer. We have a bee nest in our back home foundation. Chinese say it is good luck.
    Wild geraniums flower by our back door. Things could always be worse. Aren't we all dreaming of spring and flowers this March?

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