In the summertime, the city of Fresno, California, is home to thousands of feral honey bees.
The city has been fighting to control the bees and is currently working on a plan to trap the bees with traps and baits.
The plan includes using bee-killing traps and a system of water filters.
The bees are being kept in a “bunker,” which is a structure made from cardboard boxes and cardboard boxes are placed in a row.
The first row of boxes are filled with water.
The next row is filled with bees, which are then tied to the bottom of the box with wire.
The last row is covered with cardboard boxes with the bees still tied to them.
The water in the tank is turned on, which causes the bees to breathe in water and out air.
The traps and filters are then placed in rows to trap all of the bees.
“We are trying to keep the bees alive as long as possible,” said Mayor Ron Kirk.
“If they are dead, we are going to remove them.”
The Fresno Beekeepers Association is calling for a moratorium on the use of water traps and pesticides in the city.
The group has been trying to get the city to stop using the pesticides, which kill the bees, but has been unsuccessful.
They are working to get a permit to use a pesticide called neonicotinoid, which is commonly used to kill weeds.
The groups plan to hold a protest on Sunday, February 15th to demand the city stop using these pesticides.
“This has been going on for 10 years, but it’s only gotten worse,” said Kirk.
They want the city government to adopt a moratorium for the use and use of neonic-treated water traps.
“I have never seen anything like this before in my career,” said Lisa Hickey, a Fresno Beekeeper Association member.
The mayor is also urging the city council to ban neonic pesticides, even though the pesticides are legal for use in Fresno.
“It’s not the city’s business to determine what to do with the pesticides,” said Hickey.
“When the city goes after something like this, it puts a tremendous burden on the local beekeepers.
They can’t even do their jobs.”
Beekeeper John Eller has been working in Fresno for decades and is a member of the Beekeepers’ Association.
He said that the use neonic and other pesticides on the bees has been a huge problem.
“They do damage, they have no habitat and they don’t even live here,” said Eller.
“The farmers are doing it, but we are the bees.”
The city is working on the plan to have traps and water filters placed in the bunker.
Kirk said the city will be meeting with the Fresno Beekeeping Association on Sunday.