- 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: San Mateo Bee Guild
It is interesting what bees will decide to move into. This is a tumbling recycle bin that a swarm decided was just the right amount of space in Redwood City. The bees took up residence and were discovered by the … Continue reading
This colony is about one month old and was in the wall of a backyard shed in nearby San Mateo. The thermal camera showed exactly where the bees were and that made it easy to open up the structure, vacuum … 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
Received a call from a homeowner who was in the process of having a fence replaced but the work could not continue because these were flying out of it. I was able to pop off some boards and expose the … Continue reading
Almost 7 gallons of honey harvested today from the girls. This will be honey from the spring nectar flow which is very light and floral tasting. Yay!
Come check out the San Mateo Beekeepers Guild at Makers Faire! We have live bees, honey, info, and the trivia wheel 😃👍🐝
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.
This is a very interesting colony of bees. Another beekeeper was called a few days ago to remove a swarm outside of a dormer window. Within 30 min about half of the bees took off and left behind at this … Continue reading
Nice little swarm hanging out on a pluot tree.