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Category Archives: wall
This was a pretty sizable colony in a floor joist about 15 feet off the ground. It was a straight forward exposure and took 3 hours to safely collect all the bees, cut out all the wax comb, and then … Continue reading
This colony is about one month old and was in the wall of a backyard shed in nearby San Mateo. The thermal camera showed exactly where the bees were and that made it easy to open up the structure, vacuum … Continue reading
From the outside this was a very active colony of bees living inside a wall of an older house. The thermal camera picked them right up and enabled a very precise opening of the sheet rock to expose the colony … Continue reading
These bees had just swarmed into the floor joist of a deck in San Bruno, CA. An opening was made just large enough to slip in the bee vac nozzle and the bees were safely removed.
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.
Look how tiny and helpless this little colony of bees in a wall is. Less than 1 hour from start to finish to locate the bees, remove them safely, seal off their entrance, and put the wall back together again.
This is a very interesting colony of bees. Another beekeeper was called a few days ago to remove a swarm outside of a dormer window. Within 30 min about half of the bees took off and left behind at this … Continue reading
This was a 4 year old colony inside a garage wall that extended from the floor up to the firebreak about waist high between the studs. This hive had swarmed twice in the last few weeks so the number of … Continue reading
This homeowner in Woodside had a heritage oak that blew over in a windstorm, exposing a six-year-old colony of bees. I was called to go rescue the bees before the arborist come and turn the tree into mulch. All the … Continue reading