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Bees: A Honey of an Idea site description for Bees: A Honey of an Idea
This colourful and interactive site about bees is from the Canada Agriculture Museum. Learn about bees, pollination, life in the hive and beekeeping. 
http://bees.techno-science.ca/english/bees/default.php

 
TED: The hidden beauty of pollination site description for TED: The hidden beauty of pollination
Pollination is vital to life on Earth but largely unseen by the human eye. In this video, Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg shows the world of pollen and pollinators with high-speed images from his film "Wings of Life," inspired by the vanishing of one of nature's primary pollinators, the honeybee. 
http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-hidden-beauty-of-pollination-louie-schwartzberg

 
Pollinators - Busy doing what? site description for Pollinators - Busy doing what?
Check out this great video about pollinators; it's interesting and informative. There's also a link to the Hinterland bumble bee profile. 
https://youtu.be/WNdTXL1nHlI

 
National Geographic: Honeybee site description for National Geographic: Honeybee
This short profile of the honeybee includes a description, distribution map, diagram showing relative size and an audio clip. 
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/bugs/honeybee/

 
Beetography site description for Beetography
View a collection of CLOSE-UP honeybee and flower pictures. Once you click on a gallery, scroll to the top right to view a slideshow of these beautiful images. 
http://www.beetography.com/Honey-Bees.html

 
Did You Know? Honey Bee and Honey Trivia site description for Did You Know? Honey Bee and Honey Trivia
Check out these cool facts about honey and honeybees. 
http://www.honeybeecentre.com/learn-did-you-know

 
Canadian Honey Council: Bee Facts site description for Canadian Honey Council: Bee Facts
Get the facts and trivia about honey bees from the Canadian Honey Council. 
http://www.honeycouncil.ca/bee_facts.php

 
About Honeybees site description for About Honeybees
Learn more about drones, workers, queens and life in the hive. 
http://www.honeybeecentre.com/learn-about-honeybees

 
Honey and Honey Bees: the Incredible Story site description for Honey and Honey Bees: the Incredible Story
Why do bees make honey? What is the colony? Are there different kinds of honey bees? Get the answers here. 
http://www.honey.com/honey-at-home/learn-about-honey/honey-bees-and-pollination/

 
National Geographic: Honeybee profile site description for National Geographic: Honeybee profile
Check out this great close-up image of honeybees making honey. There is also a honeybee profile, a map that shows honeybee territory across the world and fast facts. Scroll down to the multimedia section to hear a honeybee or view a video "Angel bees vs. Robber bees". Check out the photo "Social... 
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/bugs/honeybee.html

 
Great Plains Nature Center: Honeybee site description for Great Plains Nature Center: Honeybee
This is a very thorough look at the honeybee; social order, the honeycomb, pollination, "killer bees" and colony collapse disorder are all covered. 
http://www.gpnc.org/honeybee.htm

 
Dances with Bees site description for Dances with Bees
Can you interpret the waggles of bees? Read the information about the different types of bee movement and dance, then test your own skill deciphering this bee language. 
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/bees/dances.html

 
Anatomy of a Hive site description for Anatomy of a Hive
Take a look inside a bee hive and learn more about the "fascinating physical and social infrastructure". 
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/bees/hive.html

 
The Buzz about Bees site description for The Buzz about Bees
Get the buzz about bees with this list of fascinating facts. 
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/bees/buzz.html

 
Honey Bee Face site description for Honey Bee Face
Wow! Check out this extreme close up of a honey bee face. 
http://www5.pbrc.hawaii.edu/microangela/bee.htm
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