Culverts are mini channels that you often see in vehicle access areas for high water crossing. They vary in size and type depending on the traffic they need to support. Culverts typically aren’t too eventful, as they only act as a channel for water. However, this makes them the perfect place for bees to build their beehive since it’s both private and cool.
If there are beehives in your driveway culverts, you need to call a beekeeper. The beekeeper will put them into a hive box and use a vacuum designed not to kill bees if the hive is out of reach.