I swear, the things these Ring cameras catch are almost unbelievable.

Not too long ago, I received a notification from my Ring app:

"There is a person at your upstairs."

Upon further review, three very noticeable white orbs captured my attention that convinced me to call someone spiritual for guidance. If you haven't seen the video yet, it's worth a watch.

Fast forward to Sept. 1, and the usual "There is motion in your backyard" notification popped up on my iPhone screen. Normally, I get a good dozen or two of those a day and rarely pay any attention.

However, this time, it was the screenshot that made me do a double-take.

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At first, I couldn't make out what it was until I watched the playback. To my surprise, the camera caught this vicious act (first 10 seconds of the video):

First of all, don't mind my grass. It's just as dead as everyone else's thanks to the drought of '22.

I slowed down the video and tried my hardest to figure out what kind of bug it was: hornet, wasp or yellow jacket?

I'm convinced it's just your everyday honey bee. The video is blurry as it was too out of focus for the critter, but upon closer examination, it fits the description of your average honey bee.

The only thing I can't figure out was why it was attacking the camera and what its "bee-f" was with it (sorry, had to). I'll admit, when I first watched the footage, I jumped in my seat.

Now, maybe I'll think twice before opening my backdoor.

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