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Newly Established Colony Garden Hosed! – Menlo Park Bee Removal

Received a call regarding a swarm that recently moved into a compost bin. He wasn’t sure what to do so at night time he kind of opened the lid just enough and blasted the bees with a garden hose hoping … Continue reading

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Fumigated Bees Survive – Mountain View Bee Removal

A rental house was recently tented for fumigation of termites and other insects including a large colony of honeybees that was trapped in with screening. (I’m kind of surprised the fumigation didn’t kill the bees! If it didn’t kill the … Continue reading

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Cupertino Bee Removal – Second Swarm of the Day

While we were just finishing up capturing the last swarm (previous blog post) in San Jose, we received a call from Asta. She had a swarm land on her lemon tree and her place was only 5 minutes away in … Continue reading

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Cupertino Bee Removal – Chimney Bees

After some research and having other bee removers come out to take a look at the bee situation, Jennifer of Cupertino called us to find and relocate a bee colony living on her second story entering between the chimney and … Continue reading

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