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July 30, 2021
A wetland reduced by drought conditions is seen in a pasture near Gackle, North Dakota, U.S., July 30,...
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
A wetland reduced by drought conditions is seen in a pasture near Gackle, North Dakota, U.S., July 30, 2021. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
USA-DROUGHT/BEES
RTXFVEIT
July 30, 2021
A steer seeks relief from mid-day heat in a pond near Gackle, North Dakota, U.S., July 30, 2021. Picture...
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
A steer seeks relief from mid-day heat in a pond near Gackle, North Dakota, U.S., July 30, 2021. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
USA-DROUGHT/BEES
RTXFVEIS
July 30, 2021
A soybean field beginning to show signs of stress from drought conditions near Gackle, North Dakota,...
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
A soybean field beginning to show signs of stress from drought conditions near Gackle, North Dakota, U.S.. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
USA-DROUGHT/BEES
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July 30, 2021
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S....
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S. July 30, 2021. Drought-weakened bee colonies are producing a small honey crop in North Dakota, a major U.S. honey producer. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
USA-DROUGHT/BEES
RTXFVEG5
July 30, 2021
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S....
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S. July 30, 2021. Drought-weakened bee colonies are producing a small honey crop in North Dakota, a major U.S. honey producer. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
USA-DROUGHT/BEES
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July 30, 2021
A person points at a bee hive showing lack of honey production at Miller Honey Farms in Gackle, North...
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
A person points at a bee hive showing lack of honey production at Miller Honey Farms in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S., July 30, 2021. Drought-weakened bee colonies are producing a small honey crop in North Dakota, a major U.S. honey producer. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
USA-DROUGHT/BEES
RTXFVEGB
July 30, 2021
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S....
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S. July 30, 2021. Drought-weakened bee colonies are producing a small honey crop in North Dakota, a major U.S. honey producer. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
USA-DROUGHT/BEES
RTXFVEGG
July 30, 2021
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S....
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S. July 30, 2021. Drought-weakened bee colonies are producing a small honey crop in North Dakota, a major U.S. honey producer. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
USA-DROUGHT/BEES
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July 30, 2021
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S....
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S. July 30, 2021. Drought-weakened bee colonies are producing a small honey crop in North Dakota, a major U.S. honey producer. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-DROUGHT/BEES
RTXFVEG6
July 30, 2021
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S....
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, inspects one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S. July 30, 2021. Drought-weakened bee colonies are producing a small honey crop in North Dakota, a major U.S. honey producer. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
USA-DROUGHT/BEES
RTXFVEGC
July 30, 2021
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, gestures at the poor condition of one of his bee colonies in...
GACKLE, UNITED STATES
Stung by climate change: drought-weakened bee colonies shrink U.S. honey crop, threaten almonds
John Miller, owner of Miller Honey Farms, gestures at the poor condition of one of his bee colonies in Gackle, North Dakota, U.S. July 30, 2021. Drought-weakened bee colonies are producing a small honey crop in North Dakota, a major U.S. honey producer. Picture taken July 30, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
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