Hidden in Caves
Caves are one of the most unique places to see a beehive. You might think it’s strange to see one in modern times, but they’ve actually been around for centuries. A little exploration into history and geography will show you that there is a series of small hollows at the bottom of Little Barton Creek in Cadenhead.
Though these hollows no longer exist, they were common in Bee Cave, a small town in Texas in the United States. Named after the once famous settlement of bee caves, Bee Cave gave insight into the species of bees that once lived in caves–which is unusual because bees prefer small and enclosed areas.