Category Archives: cutout

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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Los Altos Hills Attic Bee Colony Removal

Check out this incredible exposed honey bee colony in the attic space of this house in Los Altos Hills. It took several hours to remove all the bees and comb and then patch everything back up so nobody else could … Continue reading

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Palo Alto Fence Bee Rescue 

These bees had set up home inside a decorative column that was part of a fence and needed to be removed. It was pretty straightforward – lift off the cement cap, remove a wood covering, then cut out the comb … Continue reading

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Belmont Bee Colony Removal

These ladies were setting up shop in a wooden architectural column with a knot hole entrance. It’s amazing how much comb can be drawn in just a few weeks. Two hours later everyone was out and on their way to … Continue reading

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San Carlos Wall Honeybee Removal

This was a very mature colony that completely filled the wall space between a fire break and the roof header. Two buckets of bees and 5+ sheets of deep brood and food comb later everything looks great. The entire cavity … Continue reading

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