Majestic landscapes, natural splendor, and so many Instagram likes #KINGBEEADVENTURE
The King Bee got a new toy! Can’t wait to test out the auto follow features and get some exciting new footage for the helpful hive adventurers
Listen up gang! This is the next weeks forecast! Remember this day when it’s 120 degrees outside! This is what it’s all about! Get at me for adventure!
This was a first! This guy was a 7 ft monster!
@the.bug.dude.abides tell us, who is this guy?!
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We will be live streaming a short trip this morning starting around 10am, come see what you’ve been missing!
ALL THIS WEEKEND!!! And through midweek, the moon will be shining big and bright! Book your night time kayak trip right now! 3 months of summer equals three full moons! Dont miss out!
Spring is here, and although we may not see them, we know that somewhere—probably in warm dens deep in thickets or tree roots near the Merced River—baby river otters are coming into the world. Although they're born blind and weighing about as much as a smartphone, they quickly get down to the hard work of growing up! Just after reaching one month, their eyes open, and it's not long before they're venturing outside their den—sometimes catching rides on their mother as she teaches them to swim and hunt. When females allow the males back into the picture at about six weeks of age, otter dads prove both helpful and tolerant of their progeny's mischief. "He is patient even in their most vigorous play, when they tweak his whiskers and in general make a nuisance of themselves." – Emil E. Liers, 1951
67* and overcast, we couldn’t have asked for a nicer morning for a quick 90 minute beginners float! Join the hive! Venture out with the King Bee!
@silver_dagger took in the sights with the King Bee just moments before she transformed into the monster from The Ring