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- Los Altos Hills Structural Bee Removal
- San Mateo Swarm Catch
- Bee Tree Trapout Started in Palo Alto
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- Spring Has Sprung
- Bees Infected With Tracheal Mites
- Winter Brood Pattern
- December Eucalyptus Bloom
- San Carlos Bee Colony Removal
- Tree Removal Bee Rescue
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- Bees In a Birdhouse
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Category Archives: Tree
Was called in today to help a fellow beekeeper with a high up swarm which in the end it was about 4 1/2 pounds – massive!
Grab the big swarm today in Belmont – probably 3 pounds worth of beers – and even found the queen in the process. Yay!
Unfortunately the entrance of this bee tree was at kid height so it is time for these bees to go. In a few weeks the bees will all be safely removed and everyone happy!
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!
Received a call from the city of San Mateo to save a feral bee colony from the base of a Siberian elm slated for removal. It’s always amazing to watch these guys climbing with chainsaws and surgically cutting down a … Continue reading
Well it’s good news folks – the bees have happily moved their colony from the tree to the box. So it’s time to wait until dusk and relocate to the apiary.
Today I got to climb a ladder high up into a tree to remove a birdhouse that had been colonized by a swarm of bees. Despite the relative nectar dearth they are very peaceful. All in all everybody happy 🙂