Honeybees have evolved an extraordinary form of communication known as the "waggle" dance. ... When a worker discovers a good source of nectar or pollen (note the pollen spores dusting this bee's back), she will return to the hive to perform a waggle dance to let her nest mates know where it lies.
The waggle dance tells the watching bees two things about a flower patch’s location: the distance and the direction away from the hive.
I’m sure there was a waggle dance performed to tell the many honey bees about my blackberry patch. They have kept their gathering under 50 and are practicing social distancing, as recommended here in Idaho.