BEES

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How much honey can a bee make?

Forager honey bees visit up to 10,000 flowers a day. The bees only makes a teaspoon of honey in its entire lifetime. To make a pound of honey, bees take nectar from one million flowers. A lot of bees are needed to make honey for us to enjoy.

The Queen Bee is Busy

The queen bee has to make sure that the hive never runs out of bees.

The queen bee has to lay 2,000 eggs a day. The queen bee has to get all the workers for the hive. The queen bee is busy all the time.

Bees Live In All Different Kinds Of Places

Bumble bees live in grass lined holes in the ground.Honey bees live in hollow logs and hollow trees. Bee keepers make framed in bee hives so wild honey bees can

live in them. If you ever find your self by a hollow log or tree and a grass lined hole be careful you might see a bee or two

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Bees Do All Different Kinds Of Dances


There are four dances that bees do. One of the dances are called the circle dance.The circle dance tells the other bees to look for new flowers anywhere within 300 feet of there hive. Another one is called the wag tail dance.The wag tail dance tells the other bees that the flowers are in relation to the sun .The number of wags per 15 seconds tells how far away the flowers are. The round dance tells bees that a food source is close to the hive.The dancing bee walks in a circle then turns around and goes the other way. Last but not least the waggle dance tells the other bees that the food source is far away. Bees do a lot of dances to communicate!

Fun Facts

There are four dances that bees do. One of the dances are called the circle dance. The circle dance tells the other bees to look for new flowers anywhere within 300 feet of there hive. Another one is called the wag tail dance.The wag tail dance tells the other bees that the flowers are in relation to the sun .The number of wags per 15 seconds tells how far away the flowers are. The round dance tells bees that a food source is close to the hive.The dancing bee walks in a circle then turns around and goes the other way.

Last but not least the waggle dance tells the other bees that the food source is far away. Bees do a lot of dances to communicate!