Hundreds of bees died on Grassy Key after an aerial adulticiding spray from the Florida Keys Mosquito Control.
Hundreds of bees died on Grassy Key after an aerial adulticiding spray from the Florida Keys Mosquito Control. Marlissa Garrett via KeysInfoNet
Hundreds of bees died on Grassy Key after an aerial adulticiding spray from the Florida Keys Mosquito Control. Marlissa Garrett via KeysInfoNet

Mosquito spraying in Keys deadly for bees

September 27, 2015 10:39 AM

UPDATED September 27, 2015 10:42 AM

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