In winter honey bees gather in a tight ball with the queen near the center. In January the queen lays her eggs. They have stored up honey and pollen to feed the larvae, or young bees. In late winter, honey bee populations may shrink as their stored food becomes scarce. Plants are not producing nectar and pollen again until spring, when honey bee populations boom again.
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