Morgan Freeman is a busy bee as an actor, film director, and philanthropist. It appears that the multifarious man can now add “beekeeper” to his astounding number of occupations. Freeman’s gigantic honeybee sanctuary is located in Mississippi and consists of dozens of beehives. Freeman spends quality time with the bees and told reporters. He doesn’t feel the need to wear protective gear. They have never stung him while feeding.
The actor first addressed his beekeeping hobby on an episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in 2014. When he emphasized the significance of maintaining wild bees to maintain a healthy environment. Freeman’s interest appears to have evolved into something much more.
The 81-year-old began beekeeping in 2014 and has now transformed his 124-acre property into a massive bee sanctuary. The actor explained that he has never been stung when feeding the insects a diet of sugar and water without wearing a bee costume.
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To boost the bee population increase, Morgan Freeman even planted Magnolia trees and clover meadows
Morgan Freeman brought 26 beehives from Arkansas to his 124-acre Mississippi ranch to turn it into a full-time bee sanctuary. Freeman promotes bee population growth on his property by planting bee-friendly plants such as magnolia trees, lavender, and clover. He visits his sanctuary to spend some quality time with his bees, he has no intention of harvesting the honey or disturbing the hives, but he does pay the bees a visit with sugar water to keep them healthy.