Kelvingrove has kept bees since 1959.
During the restoration of Kelvingrove they moved to hives in the north-east of Glasgow. They now live in an observation hive in the Environment Discovery Centre.
The bees sometimes surprise us. In the 1980s they swarmed and came to rest above a group of sunbathers on the adjacent bowling green.
Without his beekeeping equipment to hand, the beekeeper need a creative solution.
Sunbathers watched in bewilderment as he collected the swarm in his motorbike helmet and gloves.
Thanks to Charles Irwin, Glasgow and District Beekeepers Association.
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