- Palo Alto External Bee Colony Removal
- San Carlos Bee Tree – Live Removal
- Emerald Hills Oak Tree Trapout
- Palo Alto Fence Bee Rescue
- San Carlos Bee Tree – Part 1
- Palo Alto/Stanford Roof Bee Removal
- Do Not Spray Your Swarm of Bees!
- Double Queen Balling Swarm
- Belmont Bee Colony Removal
- Redwood City Water Meter Box Swarm Collection
- San Carlos Wall Honeybee Removal
- San Carlos Swarm Rescue
- Redwood City Swarm Rescue
- Humongous Redwood City Bee Colony Cutout
- Bee Colony Under the Bathroom Sink
- Palo Alto Street Swarm Removal
- Palo Alto Roof Trapout
- Atherton Swarm Rescue
- Swarm in a Hose Box
- San Carlos Roof Bee Colony Removal
Category Archives: Roof
This mass of bees started out as a swarm cluster about a week ago judging by how much new white comb was present and the number of eggs laid. They we’re unable to locate a new home, or decided that … 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.
This was a very mature colony that completely filled the wall space between a fire break and the roof header. Two buckets of bees and 5+ sheets of deep brood and food comb later everything looks great. The entire cavity … Continue reading
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.
Received a call to rescue a swarm of honeybees under the soffit in Atherton today. For whatever reason they decided not to move in to the roof. Win for everyone.
This was a small swarm that moved into the roof structure/eaves of a house in the hills. The approach was fairly simple- pop off the soffit and remove the new colony. Bees saved, everyone happy 🙂
Took out some super chill Silicon Valley bees that had just swarmed into some roof eaves. Couldn’t find a queen or any eggs in the brand-new white comb so maybe she was a virgin queen. Time will tell.