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43 days ago

Bee flight path

Lynda from Army Bay

Hello, does anyone in army bay, everard road vicinity keep bees? I am living at the top of the hill , adjacent to Everard Rd, and thousands of bees swamp my house, inside and out almost on a daily basis. I am allergic to them and really need to speak with this person, so that maybe we can redirect their flight path. An expert has suggested this, and would be wonderful. If it’s you, or you know a neighbour who keeps bees, can you please contact me, I don’t want another summer like the last two. Lynda 021 115 2720. Or 424-1998. Many thanks.

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MEET TAYLOR ?? one of our Neighbours Day Aotearoa Community Connectors based in Tāmaki Makarau, Auckland
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