Category Archives: honey bees

Daly City Swarm

This was a nice swarm of honeybees hanging out on a fence in Daly City. It’s almost August but swarm season continues!

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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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Why Choose a Local Beekeeper to Help Solve your Bee Problem?

There are couple of benefits that you may enjoy while getting your beehive removed from beekeeper: 1. It costs you less money. 2. It is safe for you and your family. 3. You can remove bees humanely and save bees. … Continue reading

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How To Remove Bees From a Tree

Tree trunks and hollows are the common areas where bees build their hives. Removing bees from trees can be a challenging task for you. Usually, a beehive in a tree trunk may have 5,000 to 20,000 bees. If you choose … Continue reading

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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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