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Live Honey Bee Removal Process - South Texas - Area

We were called to remove and relocate this colony of honey bees that established a home under a client's mobile home. The client hired a company to level the home and when a worker went under the home to set a leveling jack, he discovered a huge hive of bees. The client wanted the bees removed and relocated - not exterminated, so we went to work just at sundown and spent the entire night removing and relocating the nest. These are a few of the photos taken on the scene during the removal process.

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To relocate the bees alive, we carefully removed the comb in sections, including the brood and the honey and place the sections of comb in special frames that fit into a wooden box for transport. Many of the worker bees form clusters around the hive area, in holes and crevices on the sides of honeycomb as well as around the concrete blocks and around the steel beam. These are vacuumed into the lower section of the BeeVac and held there safely out of harms way.

Once the bulk of the bees are contained, the box is closed and the entire colony is relocated to our safe and eco friendly bee yard where they will join other hives and do what bees like to do, collect pollen and raise their young.

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