Category Archives: Trap out

Completed trapout in White Oaks

This feral colony of bees was a little hot and the homeowners decided that it would be best to have the colony relocated so a trap out was set up and four weeks later the bees are safely removed and … Continue reading

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Palo Alto wall colony trapout

Here we have a small newly established colony (approx. 12×16″) in a divider wall in Palo Alto. It was decided that the best approach to remove the bees is a trapout which has been started here.

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Portola Valley trapout complete

Here we have a beautiful heritage oak with a honey bee colony inside that needed to be relocated. Four weeks later and were good to go.

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San Mateo roof trap out complete

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

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San Carlos bee tree trap out complete

This live colony removal from a heritage oak in San Carlos was pretty straight forward. Put up the cone and box, wait a month, then take down. All bees in box, homeowner happy 👍🐝😀

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Anatomy of a bee tree trapout

I’d like to take a moment and show what a bee tree trap out looks like. Here is a heritage oak tree with a very wide 6 inch opening that bees are using to fly in and out of an … Continue reading

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Bees in an oak tree trapout started

The bees in this oak tree had become a nuisance and it was time for them to move somewhere else. Straight forward installation of the cone and hive box. In 3-4 weeks they should all be out and ready for … Continue reading

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