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Live Honey Bee Removal Process - San Antonio,Texas

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Bees gain access into the eave space between the roof and the soffit board Removal of the soffit board exposed the colony A mix of brood and honey is stored in the honeycomb in this space A closer view of the hive

After carefully removing the trim boards and soffit material to expose the colony, 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 Langstroth style bee hive. Many of the worker bees form clusters around the hive area, in holes and crevices along the roof line. These are vacuumed into the lower section of the BeeVac and held there safely out of harms way.

Removing additional material . . . exposes the rest of the nest The smoker helps calm the bees The removal process begins
The special "BeeVac" is used to gently remove the bees The queen is located and placed into a special transport cage.

Once the bulk of the bees are contained, the box is closed and the entire colony is relocated to a safe area where they will continue to do what bees like to do, pollinate blooms as they collect nectar and pollen to feed and raise their young.

The "after" view the eave Close Up View The colony in a standard hive The Queen

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