Monthly Archives: March 2014

Trampoline Bee Swarm – Palo Alto

We went out after dinner Friday night to check out that small swarm since we had some time to burn. While we were hiving the swarm in the previous blog we received another call from a Palo Alto resident on … Continue reading

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Tiny Swarm Survives The Rain – Palo Alto

We were pretty busy the last few days and couldn’t get to a swarm in Palo Alto. The swarm clustered up tight in a tree and went through last week’s rain. Friday evening had a chance to see if they … Continue reading

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Los Altos Country Club Swarm

Thursday evening after work I headed over for a low hanging swarm at the Los Altos Country Club. It was an easy catch as it was getting cool towards the evening, not a bee moved when we cut the branch. … Continue reading

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Bee Swarm Moves In During House Remodeling – Los Altos

Late Monday afternoon I received a call from a contractor who said he saw a swarm of bees move into the subfloor between the first and second floor at the house he is remodeling. That side of the house the … Continue reading

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California Golf Club Bee Swarm on Ground – San Bruno

Sunday we went up to San Bruno to save a swarm that clustered on the ground at the California Golf Club. The small bunch of bees were in the direct path of many golf carts and instead of just killing … Continue reading

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Adopt-A-Hive – Father and Son – Their New Hobby

Had a pleasure meeting Thomas and Tom this Sunday as my dad and I delivered a healthy colony of bees to their house. While we were there we did a little beekeeping 101 lesson while we transferred this ten frame … Continue reading

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Adopt-A-Hive – A Young Colony For an Experienced Beekeeper

Michel who has a single hive wanted to start another so he would have two to compare and help boost one another if necessary. He adopted a young three frame colony that has a new small queen. She’s laying like … Continue reading

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