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New York in the Fall

In September, the honey bees continue their foraging efforts, seeking out late-season nectar and pollen sources. New York's diverse flora provides a variety of plants that bloom into the fall, such as asters, goldenrods, Japanese knotweed, and sunflowers. Bees diligently collect these resources to stock up for the winter ahead.

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