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- Redwood City Trapout
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- 6 STEPS YOU SHOULD TAKE FOR BEEHIVE REMOVAL
- San Carlos Wall Colony Removal
- Verizon Cell Tower Bee Colony
- Redwood Shores Trapout
- It’s Mid-July And They’re Still Swarming
- Hillsborough Wall Honey Bee Removal
- Atherton Bee Tree Trapout Started
- Los Altos Hills Attic Bee Colony Removal
- Palo Alto Trapout Success
- San Bruno Swarm Rescue
- Palo Alto Bee Colony Removal
- Emerald Hills Swarm Rescue
- Bucket Of Bees
- Bees in a Chimney – Smoke em if You Got em!
- Los Altos Trapout
Category Archives: swarm
This was a nice swarm of honeybees hanging out on a fence in Daly City. It’s almost August but swarm season continues!
“Hello? Hello? I can’t hear anything but a bunch of buzzing!”
Here is a good 5 pound swarm collected this morning in San Bruno California. There still at it!
Another successful trapout of a new honey bee colony without having to open up the structure. And yes, we got the queen.
Here we have a nice sized swarm of bees hanging from a succulent in San Bruno, up near Skyline College. Thanks to the homeowner called us in for a rescue.
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.
A swarm decided to occupy this upturned 15 gal bucket in Menlo Park. They started drawing out some really beautiful comb but had to go because the homeowner was worried about their kids being stung.