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Hives: Indeed the whole beacon and surrounding environment have been leveled! Time to archive this one and replace with an update. All of the Drones and Honeybees have now been uprooted from their homes. [:(] Thanks to all that visited.


Honeybee #1

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Hidden : 3/31/2010
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

The Honeybee collection is a set of caches where BeBe has visited in search of caching nectar.

This series is my initial effort to give back to a sport that I have derived much fun and pleasure from.

BeBe the mascot bee 
BeBe is the mascot of the Hives.

Worker bees cooperate to find food and use a pattern of "dancing" (known as the bee dance or waggle dance) to communicate information regarding resources with each other; this dance varies from species to species, but all living species of Apis exhibit some form of the behavior. (Something quite similar can sometimes be observed when several geocachers approach GZ.) If the resources are very close to the hive, they may also exhibit a less specific dance commonly known as the "Round Dance". Honey bees also perform tremble dances which recruit receiver bees to collect nectar from returning foragers .

(There is some sweetness awaiting the FTF!)

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147 Logged Visits

Found it 140     Didn't find it 3     Write note 1     Archive 1     Publish Listing 1     Needs Maintenance 1     

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