Second Chance For A Baby Bee

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Aquachigger : Please check out my friend Relic Recoverist"s tee-shirt campaign "Metal Detectors For Kids". All the proceeds from this campaign will go towards purchasing metal detectors for the student metal detecting club at Thompsontown-Delaware Elementary School run by Mr. Josh Wagner. Thanks... The Chigg

ian styles : looked like it was in the right house,

Maya Posch : I really love these heart-warming videos :)

Richard Warnock : That was beeeeutiful well done!!🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝👍👍👍👍👍

Coinucopia : When you set him loose did he become a free mason?

george campbell : You and your Wife are GOOD PEOPLE!

Quest for Details : Thank You Both, for the bee, and the cats, ! Your Awesome !

CharlieUK : Wow, I’m not the only person who takes time to help our critters. We are currently creating areas for them to live from the wood of a hazelnut tree I trimmed back the other day and put about a third of our garden over to wildflower and no lawnmower during the summer months. My partner just planted peach, plum, apple and pear trees as it attracted so many bees it was crazy! Loving the little vlogs and great to see the love of living things in both you and your wife Peace Charlie UK

CDH : I Like These "A Day in the Life" Vlogs you do from time to time. Feel like I'v known you for years. (Guess I Have) So it's Nice to see an average day for you and you're Wife. Nice!

Karen Jessup : Such a fountain of knowledge you are. And such a kind heart

Part Time Detector : Awe you guys rescue everything, how sweet is that. Did you see that woman that rescued a bee with no wings? YOu have to check it out, she made it a little home, fed it, it nuzzled with her it is the sweetest thing.

respectanimals2 : You’re both the best, saving that bee 🐝 is such a great act of compassion and a love of life no matter how small, well done, thanks for showing the world how to behave or should I say beehive! 😜👍

Susan Smith : Your Lyndsay is a saint you gotta love that girl. You two are my kind of people.

Papakoho : You love and respect for nature is unbelievable! You are a good man Chigg. You need to get that cute white cat an eye patch and a Pirate's hat. Oh and some Dristan.

Debi Mitchell : I have never seen someone hand feeding a Bee! He was lucky for flying into your house, a definite saver of all animals home.

Paul Cook : Well I’ll bee

jersey demon : I got my chigg t shirt today! I put it on and then went detecting and found my first ever barber dime (although I hit it with my digger - ouch!) the shirt fits me perfectly I love it

Bill Claussen : Love your house man!!! 'Specially the kitchen!!! Thanks for sharing!!! Peace!!!

Lesa Hanners : That was so cool. I have taken them out before and put them on the butterfly bush in my yard before, but I've never seen one fed like that. What a nifty idea. I shall have to try it next time I see an tired bee.

Joseph La Bianco : I love watching your videos You and your wife are good partners with the universe and it's creatures God Bless ..... Chig , where can I get one of those civil war two ring bullets , am hooked and big fan of yours.. Am big buff of the civil war.

SewEasyCreations : Oh my goodness, what a feel good video. I've watched it 3 times now. Love your cats!

Greg Kotschwar : Chigs Home For Wayward Critters. Y'all are nice people.

Steve Shortridge : *Three CHEERS for the Quimettes!!!* Do you know how many would have simply SMASHED that bee without a second thought!?

Dawn Carpenter : Thank you very much Mrs. Aquachigger!!!! They die we die. Thank you again !

Shithawk : That was a fun close up.

adveNZures : Nice job! Great video!

Dan Foley : Oh no get the epi-pen ready!

Turkeydoodlers L. : Never seen a Bee eat before That was interesting

syd ascott : There great to have around if you ve got a garden its said they pollinate a lot more then honey bees ,great save

MerAngel12121 : Love it! Thank you for saving that precious Mason Bee. Bless Your Heart. My husband Agrees!

ozzy darren : That bee feeding was very cool and that's an awsome thing you do adopting or taking on pets that would normally find it hard to get a family 😁😁😁

Red Rider7 : I didn't know there was such thing as a solitary bee. And here I thought they were all heard insects!

Clarksville Diggers : That was really cool about giving attention to the smaller creatures of this world.

Timetraveller 999 : Ive done this with tired Butterflies before ... bees too ...any wee beasties that need help.

Panthera Pardus : Hey Chig, how many cats do you have? I counted 3 there. We have 4, that's the cat quota.

Geyote Pilkington : You have a beautiful life Chigg

Colleen Posadas : so cool to see it eating honey!

Paula the koala : More animal vids chigg 🙏🏻

oiled boy : Glum glum = best cat

tracey saunders : That's cool!

Irish Technical Thinker : And God said, let there Bee.

John Robertson : I got my chigs army shirt today, awesome.

Calvin H. : That was awesome!! Never once have i seen or heard of anyone ever doing that before.. Peace!

Lucy Price : 0:31 LOOK AT THAT ADORABLE LITTLE TONGUE! Even though I’ve seen lots of Honeybees and Bumblebees over the span of my 18 years on this Earth, I don’t think I’ve ever seen any of them eat or drink. Just pollinating flowers and doing what Bees do best!

Katenpie : Awww how sweet!

David Smith : I used to work on archaeological sites when I was young and wemmings had bees we called sweat bees that would build their nest in the walls of our profiles. They would get on you and lick your sweat. Sometimes they would sting you when you would bring your arm to your side, but it didn't hurt much.

jackiesmiths Metaldetecting videos : I always check for bees around , my Dad always told me if you have no Honey give them a little sugar in water, plus good to see the kitty who had the accident doing great best wishes :)

James- : Bees are awesome, we wouldn't be here without bees. Unfortunately most bees are in decline especially bumble bees, so do your bit and make a place for a bee to build a nest,

læzy lozer 2600 : We ourselves we have 2 mason bee colonies and there very good for the pollination factor

IBStevieB : No the Mason Bee lives in Mason Jars, that how it got its name.