The point is kind of moot now that spring training is over, but stadium operators needn't worry anyway. Swarms can only survive for a few days on the honey they ate before leaving their nest, and they spend that time sending out scouts to find their new site. Not just one or two scouts—a hundred. These scouts fly out and investigate, then return to tell the rest of the colony what they found. Then they dance. Each scout performs her dance as a way to convince her hive that they should go to the site she picked. And then, like a beautiful bee democracy, they slowly come to a consensus. One by one, the bees stop dancing for their own spots and join another lady bee's dance. When they're all doing one, united dance, the colony flies off to their new home.