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Busy bees in Parksville

SURE SIGN OF SPRING: The bees of the Parksville Qualicum Beach region are getting busy, as evidenced above in this photo taken this week near Despard Avenue in Parksville. - JAMES CLARKE PHOTO
SURE SIGN OF SPRING: The bees of the Parksville Qualicum Beach region are getting busy, as evidenced above in this photo taken this week near Despard Avenue in Parksville.
— image credit: JAMES CLARKE PHOTO

SURE SIGN OF SPRING: The bees of the Parksville Qualicum Beach region are getting busy, as evidenced above in this photo taken this week near Despard Avenue in Parksville.

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