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Category Archives: menlo park
A swarm decided to occupy this upturned 15 gal bucket in Menlo Park. They started drawing out some really beautiful comb but had to go because the homeowner was worried about their kids being stung.
They looked like bees flying into the roof from the ground, thermal imaging showed a big hotspot, and banging on the wall triggered buzzing – – but not our beloved honeybees. Yellow jackets! Not a fun removal, but it turns … Continue reading
This was the first – open up the cabinets under the bathroom sink and there is a colony of honeybees. Found and caged the queen, vacuumed up all the bees, and transferred the comb into a nuc box. This was a … Continue reading
Started a trap out of a honey bee colony in an old heritage Oak tree today in Menlo Park. So far so good!
We’ve had tens of inches of rain here in the bay area and it looks like spring has sprung. Swarm season should start pretty soon!
Today I got to climb a ladder high up into a tree to remove a birdhouse that had been colonized by a swarm of bees. Despite the relative nectar dearth they are very peaceful. All in all everybody happy 🙂