Bad winter sees 'huge loss' of honey bees
The number of honey bees in England has fallen dramatically because of the bad winter.
The British Beekeepers Association say that more than a third of bee colonies didn't survive because of the cold and wet conditions.
This year's figures are the worst since beekeepers began keeping records six years ago.
Glyn Davies, a beekeeper from Devon, said; "It is desperate; it is a huge loss of bees"
The worst hit area was the South West where over half of the hives were lost.