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Rural Gardening: free honey bee swarm in Texas, midlothian... from CL

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Arlington, TX

June 8, 2009
5:17 AM

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I hope it OK to post this, but I just saw this post on CL in the free section. I thought it might be helpful for all involved if the bees were saved by a beekeeper!

"Beekeepers.. please adopt these bees! I noticed a swarm forming under the eave of my home on Friday afternoon. They are yours if you want them. I do not think they have established a hive yet, though it is hard to tell for sure. Please reply to post or call me. Sarah @ 972-408-5567"

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