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Portraits of young beekeepers with their materials in New York. Andrew Coté, beekeeper, Adam Johnson, a novice, and Troy Seidman, a curious friend. “Inspecting the hives is difficult in New York, for parking your car, carrying the material… And on top of that, urban beekeeping requires a more serious monitoring of the colonies because of swarming. I have 20 hives in NYC; everything goes all right because the members of the association help each other to monitor the hives. But a few days ago, there was a swarm right in the heart of Manhattan, with its train of police officers, safety zones…”