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  Beehive's Indicator
Feature Type: Geyser
Geyser/Spring Type: Cone geyser

Basin
Upper Geyser Basin
Complex
Geyser Hill

Beehive's Indicator is an attractive little geyser in its own right, playing to 10 feet or so, but what makes it particularly notable is the fact that its eruptions are almost always (but not invariably!) followed, usually from 10 to 25 minutes later, by an eruption of mighty Beehive Geyser itself. See the description of Beehive for more on the relationship between the two, as well as information on intervals, etc.

What to look for:
See the entry for Beehive Geyser. The Indicator erupts from a small vent to the left and in front of Beehive's cone as seen from the boardwalk. This vent fills with water a minute or two before the Indicator erupts.









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