- What NOT to do When You Have a Bee Problem
- Brisbane Swarm Rescue
- Belmont Bee Swarm Rescue
- Los Altos Hills Structural Bee Removal
- San Mateo Swarm Catch
- Bee Tree Trapout Started in Palo Alto
- Mountain View Bee Swarm on a Car
- The Honeybees Girls Softball Team
- Wild Goose Chase Swarm in Palo Alto
- Spring Has Sprung
- Bees Infected With Tracheal Mites
- Winter Brood Pattern
- December Eucalyptus Bloom
- San Carlos Bee Colony Removal
- Tree Removal Bee Rescue
- Robbing Season and Fun New Robber Screen
- Hillsborough Trapout -Part 1
- Hillsborough Trapout – Part 2
- Bees In a Birdhouse
- Menlo Park Swarm Rescue
Category Archives: swarm
1. Do not try to steal them in a wall with expanding foam. If they don’t chew their way out, they will die and liquefy and with the honey and baby bees and rot and stink. Then you have a … Continue reading
Grab the big swarm today in Belmont – probably 3 pounds worth of beers – and even found the queen in the process. Yay!
Received a call today from a credit union that a swarm looked like it was about to move into a stucco wall. We sprung into action, dropped a bait hive, and happily watched everybody move into the box instead of … Continue reading
Off we go to rescue this drive by swarm in Mountain View.
Presenting LH Honeybee Rescue’s Redwood City Girls Softball League Team – The Honeybees. Go get em, girls!!!!
Got a call today for the first swarm of the season in Palo Alto and when I showed up 30 minutes later it had buzzed off. So left a bit I’ve on the property and we’ll see what happens – … Continue reading
We’ve had tens of inches of rain here in the bay area and it looks like spring has sprung. Swarm season should start pretty soon!