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Category Archives: bee tree
This great big magnificent heritage Oak in Redwood City had been discovered by a swarm of bees but unfortunately this isn’t the place for them. A trap that was started and seems to be working great. In 4 weeks all … Continue reading
Well that was a fast one – less than a week and all the bees decided to abscond from this gigantic redwood tree. All is well that ends well!
This humongous heritage oak had five entrances and plenty of bees. As soon as the cone was put in place and box hung they immediately showed a good amount of interest so this one should be wrapped up in a … Continue reading
This colony was living inside a great big hollowed out heritage oak in San Carlos and required sealing of multiple very large entrances. Everything seems to be working out just fine the the trapout – the bees are moving into … Continue reading
The trapout that was started a few weeks ago is going really well. There are several frames of bees in the box including a laying queen. Apparently some bees didn’t figure out their new living situation but they were gently … Continue reading
Here is part one of a trapout live removal of honeybees from a heritage oak in Emerald Hills. As you can see the trap out started to work immediately and the bees have already found the box to move into. … Continue reading
This trap out was started today on a gigantic heritage oak with five openings. I got them all sealed up except for one, placed the exit and a box, and it’s off…….