The beehives, installed on the Northeast side of 1111’s green roof.(Photo by Megan Johnson)
Maury Schlesinger holds a honeycomb panel from inside the hive.(Photo by Megan Johnson)
DC Honeybees delivers two cages of bees to the 1111 green roof.(Photo by Maury Schlesinger)
Jeff Miller, founder of DC Honeybees, prepares the hives for the bees’ arrival.(Photo by Maury Schlesinger)
Bees swarm the cage.(Photo by Maury Schlesinger)
DC Honeybees’ Jeff Miller secures the hives. (Photo by Maury Schlesinger)
After being emptied in the hives, the bees get acquainted to their new home.(Photo by Maury Schlesinger)
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Bee hives

  1. 1. The beehives, installed on the Northeast side of 1111’s green roof.(Photo by Megan Johnson)
  2. 2. Maury Schlesinger holds a honeycomb panel from inside the hive.(Photo by Megan Johnson)
  3. 3. DC Honeybees delivers two cages of bees to the 1111 green roof.(Photo by Maury Schlesinger)
  4. 4. Jeff Miller, founder of DC Honeybees, prepares the hives for the bees’ arrival.(Photo by Maury Schlesinger)
  5. 5. Bees swarm the cage.(Photo by Maury Schlesinger)
  6. 6. DC Honeybees’ Jeff Miller secures the hives. (Photo by Maury Schlesinger)
  7. 7. After being emptied in the hives, the bees get acquainted to their new home.(Photo by Maury Schlesinger)

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