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There is a new hive in the retaining wall of the Taumata reserve in Sandringham. Corner of Taumata road and Duncan Ave.

If it is left there some kid will get stung and the council will most likely just kill it. If someone has the ability it might be an idea to try and save it.

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5 minutes ago, Guest Simon said:

Sorry the hive is in the black plastic retaining of the children's play ground. 

 

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OK.  So it is honey bees.  

Now how about a picture of the retains wall/ location so that someone can actually see the problem.

 

Thanks for the photo.  Very clear.

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You can just see the playground in the top of the frame. 

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Someone is going to have a look today. I doubt they are recoverable without council permission to take the wall apart. 

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It looks like they are inside the wall which is hollow with the entrance on top rather than a cavity behind the wall, much like those movable bright orange walls they use at road work sites.

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A friend went and looked but couldn’t find any bees. 

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