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Cindy C.
Chandler, AZ
Post #: 22
Thanks, Paul!
Greg C.
user 8398410
Tucson, AZ
Post #: 143
Paul, I don't think anyone is complaining of itinerant swarms alongside the trail. (Indeed, seeing a bivouac of bees would definitely qualify as 'cool!') Instead, over the last several weeks people have been reporting lots of bees, sometimes behaving aggressively ('bumping'), along extended sections of Phoneline. This sounds more like one or more established hives happen to be a little too close to the trail, a different situation altogether.
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