A honeybee pauses for a brief stay on an area porch railing before buzzing off to a basket of nearby flowers. The bee population in Ohio and nationwide plummeted during the winter and experts are still puzzled by the phenomena. The effect of fewer bees to pollinate crops of all types could spell problems for the U.S. food supply.
Beekeeping isn't a glamorous job and recent widespread colony losses have experts worried about its future and the impact on the world food supply. [More