Donald Duck tries to get rid of the apiary that his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie brought to his house in an effort to win a Junior Woodchucks badge. Unfortunatelu, disposing of a large, heavy box filled with angry stingers is easier said than done.
Behind the scenesEdit
Written in March of 1953, this story was first printed in November of that year in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #158. It was reprinted in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #361, Donald Duck Adventures #4, The Toon Treasure of Classic Children's Comics #1, and, of course, in all versions of the Carl Barks Library.