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Category Archives: swarm trap
Normally a swarm moves right into a bait hive with a vial of lure attached to the front, but in this case the bees preferred to set up shop underneath the bait hive – and over the course of a … Continue reading
Some new bees moving into a swarm trap in Palo Alto, CA
Looks like these bees have been inside for a few weeks. Time to move into a regular hive box!
This time in Sunnyvale – FULL bait hive!
It’s always a good morning to check a swarm trap and find somebody has moved in!
Yet another swarm rescued today in Menlo Park. Here is the nice cluster of bees — look carefully and you can see the scouts and foragers performing the waggle dance to alert the swarm of potential new sites. http://www.itsallofyourbeeswax.com