- What NOT to do When You Have a Bee Problem
- Brisbane Swarm Rescue
- Belmont Bee Swarm Rescue
- Los Altos Hills Structural Bee Removal
- San Mateo Swarm Catch
- Bee Tree Trapout Started in Palo Alto
- Mountain View Bee Swarm on a Car
- The Honeybees Girls Softball Team
- Wild Goose Chase Swarm in Palo Alto
- Spring Has Sprung
- Bees Infected With Tracheal Mites
- Winter Brood Pattern
- December Eucalyptus Bloom
- San Carlos Bee Colony Removal
- Tree Removal Bee Rescue
- Robbing Season and Fun New Robber Screen
- Hillsborough Trapout -Part 1
- Hillsborough Trapout – Part 2
- Bees In a Birdhouse
- Menlo Park Swarm Rescue
Category Archives: bee tree
1. Do not try to steal them in a wall with expanding foam. If they don’t chew their way out, they will die and liquefy and with the honey and baby bees and rot and stink. Then you have a … Continue reading
Unfortunately the entrance of this bee tree was at kid height so it is time for these bees to go. In a few weeks the bees will all be safely removed and everyone happy!
Received a call from the city of San Mateo to save a feral bee colony from the base of a Siberian elm slated for removal. It’s always amazing to watch these guys climbing with chainsaws and surgically cutting down a … Continue reading
A few pictures of a trap out started today on a big beautiful heritage Live Oak. There were about six different entrances that were previously sealed (but of course the bees chewed their way out) so it took quite a bit … Continue reading
Well it’s good news folks – the bees have happily moved their colony from the tree to the box. So it’s time to wait until dusk and relocate to the apiary.
This tree was felled due to disease and the homeowner wanted the bees rescued before the logs were cleared and taken to the chipper.
Well, six weeks later and we have a box of bees. Foragers were bringing in pollen so I’m quite sure that we have the queen inside. Another colony saved from extermination.