- Jaded swarm of bees
- Car swarm!
- Honeybee swarm rescue
- Bee tree trap out
- Redwood City recycle bin honeybee rescue
- Shed floor bee removal
- Irrigation box bee rescue in Palo Alto
- First colony rescue of the season
- Redwood City Bee Colony Relocation
- Wall honey bee colony removal
- How about some lovely swarm pics?
- Redwood City swarm rescue
- Best swarm capture ever
- Big bee colony in the wall
- Bee tree trap out
- Bees under a shed
- First swarm of the year
- It sure is good to be a Beekeeper
- Redwood city swarm collection
- Bee swarm rescue in Menlo Park
Category Archives: los altos
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
These bees are living inside the brick column and needed to go. Unfortunately after the initial site prep and cone installation they kept finding tiny cracks and ways back into the cavity. Unsightly, but this should do it.
Collected these girls this morning and moved them all safe and sound into a nuc box ready to go to their forever home in the apiary in Woodside.
This swarm looked to be in place for a week judging by the drawn comb but had been split by heavy winds. One piece was on the tree branch, another on the ground. It turns out the queen was on … Continue reading
I received a call last night about a property going on the market in Los Altos Hills that had some bees coming in and out of a small crack in the structure outside. A quick viewing with thermal camera revealed … Continue reading
This tree was felled due to disease and the homeowner wanted the bees rescued before the logs were cleared and taken to the chipper.
Just take a look at the size of this swarm we saved in Los Altos.
This one was pretty straightforward – move aside the creeping fig – unscrew the covering board, expose the colony, vacuum, vacuum, vacuum,cage the queen, and seal all the entrances. All while not disturbing the baby birds sleeping a foot away! … Continue reading
Somehow these bees find the most interesting places to live. Staying warm and cozy by the fireplace I suppose!