- 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: palo alto
A few times a year we get a call about bees in an irrigation or electrical box and is a great example of how they look. We were able to successfully rescue the colony and cage the queen which is … Continue reading
From the outside this was a very active colony of bees living inside a wall of an older house. The thermal camera picked them right up and enabled a very precise opening of the sheet rock to expose the colony … Continue reading
Here we have a small newly established colony (approx. 12×16″) in a divider wall in Palo Alto. It was decided that the best approach to remove the bees is a trapout which has been started here.
Look how tiny and helpless this little colony of bees in a wall is. Less than 1 hour from start to finish to locate the bees, remove them safely, seal off their entrance, and put the wall back together again.
Well here we go – 1st swarm of the day today.
This small colony had just swarmed and moved into this wall in Palo Alto. Their heat signature showed their location behind some tongue and groove wood work which would’ve been problematic to open. So the decision was made to remove … Continue reading
Called in to remove one bee colony and spotted another on the opposite side of the house. My guess is that the more established colony threw a swarm that set up shop on the opposite side. Fun fun.
This was a nice bee colony almost the size of a bait hive/swarm trap – probably 40 l in volume. The bees were very docile and had pulled in almost 30 lbs of honey which will be given back to … Continue reading
My guess is that this late season rescue will be the last one of the year. These bees made their home in a water meter box but needed to go so a live removal was performed and everyone will get … Continue reading
Another successful trapout of a new honey bee colony without having to open up the structure. And yes, we got the queen.