Only way to do that would be to be, putting out something, like sugar water and follow them to their new home. Problem is, how would you know it was them. But if you can somehow keep your bees from jumping into the syrup or have enough time to watch, you might find some bees, some where.
Originally Posted by EastSideBuzz
Quote: After a foraging bee fills it stomach with nectar, it returns to its colony to unload the nectar. When it heads off to its nest that bee will fly in a roughly straight line back to its nest. (This is how the term "bee line" came into being.) So, bee lining is a series of techniques used to exploit this behavior and track down feral bee colonies. This activity doesn't require a rifle or binoculars. Rather it requires an understanding of bee behavior and bit of tenacity.
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Herodotus (circa 485-425 BC), Greek Historian