I was weeding down by the hanger the past couple of days and while moving waste to create more topsoil restoration barriers I came across another bee hive out in the desert. Unlike the other hives that tried to establish themselves on the estate this was in an abandoned burrow. It was well established with 4 large combs visible at the entrance. Most of the bees were laden with pollen and a constant stream of bees could be seen entering bringing more. The hive was not aggressive though I did wear the bee suit to get photographs. The bees seemed more interested in getting their pollen offloaded and stored for winter rather than bother with a silly human trying to take pictures. I hope this hive survives and is not raided by other wildlife it would be nice to try and transplant the colony to the bee box in the riverbed next spring.