This was two Honey Bee colonies that moved in this ceiling about 1-1/2 months prior to the relocation. Honey bees reproduce by swarming. A parent colony will make more queens with the Queen laying eggs in a queen cell usually a minimum of 4 to 20. The original Queen will swarm a couple of days […]
Honey bee removal from an eave. Once a colony has been there they leave a smell that lures other colony’s in year after year and requires steps to prevent the issue from recurring. I warranty the work against another colony moving in at sometime in the future.
This removal was for Horry County South Carolina at Bayboro Park. The colony was located in one of the baseball dugouts on the ball field. This one like other county jobs I have done, have their own maintenance people who replace all the materials removed to access the bees. I am thankful for our Horry/Georgetown […]
This removal was up high in a soffit return. I had removed four colonies the year before in his same location. The home owner had their contractor replace the material after I had removed the bees from the four locations in the home. I meet the contractor there before he replaced the materials and explained […]
This Honey Bee Colony was in the corner of this deck. When I first started this one, I was not sure if they were in the column or the deck. They were up inside the deck between the joists. The upper deck has a rubber membrane keeping them in the dry what a better place, […]
This was a removal were there were two separate Honey Bee colonies within 32 inches of each other in a garage ceiling. Both of these colonies were very strong
Bee Removal and Relocation This was a home that had several colonies of bees in the front porch columns this is a video of one of the small ones Posted by Babers Bee Company on Thursday, April 28, 2016
This was a swarm call earlier this week. I should have had the camera a little higher but it shows it okay. This one was easy because it was low to the ground.