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Category Archives: palo alto
Another successful trapout of a new honey bee colony without having to open up the structure. And yes, we got the queen.
These bees were living inside of the utility closet at an apartment complex. It was a fairly new colony from a recent swarm so there wasn’t much comb, but a lot of bees for sure.
A swarm of bees moved into this Chimney in Palo Alto. Grand plans were drawn up to rent a 30′ ladder for a vacuum removal, but fortunately for the homeowner a little smoke from the fire place encourage them all … Continue reading
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
This was a colony living inside the attic space of a home in the Stanford neighborhood of Palo Alto. The trapout went perfectly and the queen is happily laying in her new box.
These bees were on the street in Palo Alto looking for a ride to hitch to their new home. We got them covered!
Within 24 hours of placing this trap out a good sized mass of bees had already accumulated. Will head over tomorrow to see if there is a queen and finish up the project.