This paper demonstrates a 9.4/18.8 GHz harmonic radar for bee searching to investigate the phenomenon of colony collapse disorder (CCD). The radar system transmits a pulsed coarse/acquisition code (C/A code) signal with 0° and 90° shift key modulation and then receives the C/A code signal from transponders attached on the bees in BPSK modulation. Using the technique of C/A code positioning, a distance resolution of 0.15 m is achieved. The transponders are designed to minimize the effect from the bodies of bees. The outdoor experiments indicate the sensitivity of the radar system to be 95 dBm and with the distance of 65 m with 6-W peak power. With 3-kW peak power, the distance at which the bees can be located is expected to be 450 m.