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- How about some lovely swarm pics?
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Category Archives: san carlos
In this picture you can see a lovely swarm of bees that had clustered around the branch of a tree about 8 feet off the ground in San Carlos. It almost looked like the tree was wearing a fuzzy yellow … Continue reading
This was a really active colony of bees living in the floor of a shed that was going to be demolished in San Carlos. It would not have been a good thing to have bees flying around while the shed … Continue reading
It’s been a very busy spring with lots of April honey bee swarms needing rescue! The bees seem to have all decided to go on the same few days when there are breaks in the rain in Redwood City and … Continue reading
The stone fruit trees are blooming which to me means that swarm season is starting. Sure enough I got a call to rescue a swarm hanging from a lemon tree in the front yard of a nice lady in San … Continue reading
These bees had just swarmed into the floor joist of a deck in San Bruno, CA. An opening was made just large enough to slip in the bee vac nozzle and the bees were safely removed.
This feral colony of bees was a little hot and the homeowners decided that it would be best to have the colony relocated so a trap out was set up and four weeks later the bees are safely removed and … Continue reading
This live colony removal from a heritage oak in San Carlos was pretty straight forward. Put up the cone and box, wait a month, then take down. All bees in box, homeowner happy 👍🐝😀
These bees were high in an oak tree but an easy rescue with a tall ladder and bee vac.
Nice little swarm hanging out on a pluot tree.