1. Honeybee doing the waggle dance

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    I found a bee doing the waggle dance while inspecting a hive. You can see it spinning in circles and shaking its tail to indicate where a nectar source is to the other bees.

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    • The bees arrive

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      Dr Virginia Emery, entomologist extraordinaire, delivers 3lbs (1.5kg) of bees to Newster Hall.

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      • Swarm of honeybees making their way into the hive.

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        • The Beekeeper

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          Rolf Geigle - the Beekeeper (click "cc" for English subtitles) Although he did not know much about bees at the time, Rolf Geigle did not want to part with the beehives of his father. In the years since he became a very committed beekeeper and spends a lot of time working with the bees, which he keeps in a traditional way in Hengen close to the former military trainining ground in the centre of the biosphere reserve Swabian Alb. It is important to Rolf Geigle that the bees are not only there to produce honey, but that they are also essential for agriculture because the pollination of plants. This reportage is part of the www.von-der-alb.de project about people who live and work in the biosphere reserve Swabian Alb.

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          • Hairstyles of the 20th Century

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            The history of hairstyles in the 20th century is a lively one, from the Gibson Girl's chignon to the conk, which was worn by musicians like Sam Cooke in the 1920s, to Lucille Ball's poodle cut, and of course, feathered hair made famous by Farrah Fawcett. It was a century of fast-paced fashions, made memorable by the hairstyles we chose to showcase our identities.

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            • We will play music

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              Adobe Youth Voice project. 2015.

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              • How to Assemble Frames for the Progressive Hive

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                Produced & Directed by Brian Brinkerhoff Filmed & Edited by Arnold Dizon for Cinestra Productions Filmed on location at Bee Progressive Assembler: Susan K. Voice Over: Laura B. Additional R & D: Todd Smith

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                • Best Beehives.com

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                  Greg Aberdeen's innovative Composite Beehive: "How to assemble our 18 kg modular Langstroth beehives in 10 minutes, with just 18 bolts and a screwdriver. Visit us at www.bestbeehives.com for more info."

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                  • How to Assemble the Progressive Hive

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                    The Progressive Hive Available at www.BeeProgressive.com "An Alternative and Sustainable Hiving Approach for MAXIMUM Bee Health" The Progressive Hive is designed to provide the perfect environment for the health and development of the colony, and to minimize the impact from hive management and interaction that results results in a weakening of bee health. The bee nest naturally unfolds in one room,without multiple boxes and frame levels – no heavy lifting of supers any more. The hive comes with tall frames, which allow for more natural comb growth pattern and the beveled top bars of the frames enable bees to grow natural comb. The protection of the brood nest has the highest priority. A wax cloth covers the top of the frames and allows partial opening of the hive, and provides further protection of the inner climate of the hive. The bees respond by staying calm, since the inner climate is not deeply disturbed. Available with either a screened bottom board or a solid bottom board. Features: European design with a century of proven results Screened bottom board includes removable tray Highest quality wood Thick hive walls Hand crafted by master cabinetmakers In Northern California Advanced heating and cooling and moisture system eliminates typical Langstroth issues Footprint: 38" x 17" --- Produced & Directed by Brian Brinkerhoff Filmed & Edited by Arnold Dizon for Cinestra Productions Filmed on location at Dr. Bob's Garden, Apiary & Honey Farm Assembler: Susan K. Voice Over: Laura B. Additional R & D: Todd Smith Gaia Bees: Michael Thiele

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                    • Reconstructive Hive Surgery

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                      Terri, a Long Beach Beekeepers volunteer, arranges comb sections in a wooden frame. This is part of a "cut-out" rescue of a well-established open hive, 15 feet off the ground in a tree. The frames will be placed in a Langstroth hive box. Terri secures the loose pieces of comb with rubber bands. After the bees expand the comb sections and attach them to the wooden frame, they will chew through the rubber bands and drag the pieces out the hive entrance. The album at https://www.flickr.com/photos/jjldickinson/sets/72157650700306455/ includes still photos of this project. The Long Beach Beekeepers maintain a blog at http://longbeachbeekeepers.blogspot.com/. DSC_6581.mov

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