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- Car swarm!
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- Bee tree trap out
- Redwood City recycle bin honeybee rescue
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- First colony rescue of the season
- Redwood City Bee Colony Relocation
- Wall honey bee colony removal
- How about some lovely swarm pics?
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- 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
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Category Archives: san mateo
The oak tree in this picture is a Heritage Oak in Menlo Park that has been around for more than 100 years. As is common with these old oaks, cavities develop and swarms of bees move in. These guys were … 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
Here we have a brand new swarm of bees that had moved into an empty space below a sidewalk in an apartment complex. Fortunately they were able to be coaxed out and into a box for removal. All is well … Continue reading
This small swarm was all huddled up in the cold wind at a Tesla campus in San Mateo. Hats off to the property managers who blocked off the area and called for a bee rescue instead of a pest control … Continue reading
This trap out to do a live removal of a honey bee colony in a roof is complete. It took a few visits to adjust the setup because bees were wriggling back in through a few gaps in the wood … Continue reading
These bees had been a swarm but then couldn’t find a home so they started to build an external colony under a roof eaves. Over the course of a month it got pretty big. They had the best view of … Continue reading
This is a beautiful swarm of bees hanging in a recently leafed out Japanese maple. They did exactly what they were supposed to do – marching right into the box. In the end everyone is happy!
Here we have a honey bee colony that was built in the open air hanging from a juniper tree branch probably by a swarm that couldn’t find a home inside an oak tree, wall, roof, or similar. The home owner … Continue reading
This was a problematic colony of honeybees that was bothering a number of families and so it needed to go. The thermal camera easily picked up its position and size, making the removal pretty straight forward. In the end 3 … Continue reading
That’s strange noise you hear coming from the oven ventilation system? Bees! We started the trapout on this colony and hopefully in a few weeks everybody will have moved into the box and can be relocated out to Woodside.