Bees spend the winter huddled together in their hives. Inside the hive, the bees move about slowly, eating the extra honey that they stored during the busy summer season, and buzzing their wings to keep warm. If a bee becomes too cold, it cannot move and thus, soon dies.
Before the end of winter, the queen bee begins to lay eggs again, and in the spring, all the busy activities of the hive are resumed. In warm climates, however, where there is something in flower the year round, honeybees remains active, making honey in every season.–Dick Rogers