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NPR's Bees (Moderate, Middle Of The Road Bees) Up And Left

Swarming bees at NPR headquarters led to a warning to not use one of the building's entrances. You know how that advice went over with a bunch of journalists.
Beekeeper Jeff Miller checks the hives on NPR's green roof in 2013. Source: Becky Lettenberger

A swarm of potential stingers were unleashed on Washington, D.C. this week. This is not a political statement.

A swarm of bees from one of the two hives atop NPR headquarters buzzed over the streets as they followed their queen out of their hive to some

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