Honeybee swarm in Milburn Park Community Garden safely relocated
A week after relocating a hive of honey bees, Cedar Park Parks and Recreation Specialist Irma Wall said the hive is thriving. As volunteer beekeepers, Wall and her daughter Emma help care for the beehive installations in the community gardens at Elizabeth Milburn and Veterans Memorial parks. The hives were installed last summer for the bees to help pollinate the plants in the gardens. On May 12, Wall was called out to Milburn Park to relocate a large swarm of bees.
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