It’s the birds and the bees talk over at the Waxahachie Fire Station Number Three. Only, not the one you’re typically used to. Waxahachie Fire Station Number Three, located at 407 Water St., has a slew of migratory animals that come through their station every year. Waxahachie Fire Capt. Josh Anderson said the animals come in-and-out of the fire station, but they usually like to pop up most around the springtime. “We have a lot of different things,” Anderson stated. “We’ve got bees, we’ve got doves. Sometimes there are snakes that come in here from the pond. We’ve got different types of animals.” One of the station’s more frequent visitors, however, are the bees. Anderson expressed that there are two areas the bees like to patronize at the fire station. One is on the west end by the bay exit door, and the other is near the east end closer to the corner of the roof. While the bees mark their territory in both spots, Anderson expressed that they are more commonly seen around the station’s west side.