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Category Archives: Roof
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
Another successful trapout of a new honey bee colony without having to open up the structure. And yes, we got the queen.
On this 100° day for some reason this swarm decided to settle on a hot composite roof though we have to give them credit for seeking some relief from the sun in the shade of the gutter.
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 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.