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To Bee or not to Bee

Gareth Parker

Perth’s Murray Street  was shut down yesterday as a swarm of bees made their way across the busy CBD road and only two days ago a swarm of bees was saved from a road in the State’s south with a driver stopping and coaxing the bees into a box so they didn’t get run over.

Steve and Baz asked a bee expert how bees should be removed and what happens to them after they’re removed.

“We normally free them in the hills where there’s orchids to help our farmers, but also, from time to time, we have hobbiests that would like to keep bees,” Carl Maxwell a bee removalist from savebees.com.au and told 6PR Breakfast.

Our listeners called in to tell us their bee issues.

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