I have an observation hive. When I moved last Fall I installed a small nuc colony into it. The weather turned cold quickly but they had stores and they got to work reorganizing the hive. All looked good. In early December there was a massive die-off. They literally all came out of the entrance and died. There are about a half dozen bees still wandering around on the comb but not doing anything in particular. I thought I saw her once before but today I definitely saw the queen running around on the comb looking lively and healthy - with no attendants. Somehow she is eating and getting along. Without any bees in there, I don't see a path forward for her but it pains me to see a perfectly good queen going to waste. If it were closer to Spring I could perhaps steal a frame of bees and brood from one of my outdoor hives but I certainly don't want to disrupt any of those clusters right now. I'm wondering how to keep her going until that is possible. I'm also wondering how I could get some bees in there and if I did would they just kill her? None of this is practical but we're not talking about practical - just possible. Any ideas?