Campus Times
February 21, 1997

Late Wednesday afternoon, campus security officer Tom Erickson found bees swarming near the south end of the Mainiero parking lot. When the swarm finally settled down, they found comfort in a tree located in the lot (above). "This is the second time this happened. It just happened last week," said Erickson.

photos by: Starr Carroll

Later, Dr. Jay Jones, professor of biology and biochemistry (above), said, "Wild bees are endangered because of varroa mites and tracheal mites, so we will take them up to the Angeles Mountains." Dr. Jones moved the bees at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

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