Any idea what kind they are?
I think the only thing I have to do left to do is level off the box and lean it fowerd.
Yep, Italian Bees are very friendly and they do good in warmer weather. As I can see, they are flying and collecting, so you are def. in a part of the world where winter is mild or already over. If you want to help your bees and wildlife you could plant some herbal and flower patches. Mixes with Sainfoin, Borage, Thym, Winter Savory, Sage, Hyssop, Bee Balm, Buckwheat and Phacelia help deer and bees to stay healthy.
I'm looking for any ancient, unused old Lang hive bodies here in WV if anyone out there in this state or right across the border into OH has some they could sell real cheap. I'm thinking about making me a Lang long hive/top bar hybrid and using it to bait in some wild bees. Trying to do this on the real cheap, thus the need for older equipment.