Category Archives: beekeeper

Starting an Oak Tree Trapout in Redwood City

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

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Redwood City Trapout

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!

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6 STEPS YOU SHOULD TAKE FOR BEEHIVE REMOVAL

What should you do if you see beehives in or around your home? If you see a swarm of bees near your home, you might be wondering how to kill a beehive. But before you take action against these buzzing … Continue reading

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San Carlos Wall Colony Removal

This medium sized honey bee colony had set up shop in a wall in a garage in San Carlos. Usually they like a larger space but these guys extended their comb down 5 feet in a narrow space between studs. … Continue reading

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Verizon Cell Tower Bee Colony

“Hello? Hello? I can’t hear anything but a bunch of buzzing!”

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Hillsborough Wall Honey Bee Removal

These honey bees swarmed in on the Fourth of July and started to set up a colony in a wall in Hillsborough. They were very peaceful bees and the removal was very straightforward. They will grow up into a nice … Continue reading

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Atherton Bee Tree Trapout Started

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

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