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A full sized early swarm perhaps fooled by the weather, was collected and brought in from the elements.

Amazing honey stores in this hive. This ceiling rafter space was directly in line with the wall heater which had been on for a few months. This helped cure the honey and develop larger amounts of brood larvae.

An interesting photo of a feral hive in between floors. A small row of honey on top, followed by bee bread. This is standard storage procedure for early spring. If there is no honey the bee bread may go to the top. The bee bread is nectar mixed with pollen to ferment the silica capsule surroundin...

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The combs in the back of this hive had collapsed possibly due to the heat of the summer and the weight of honey stores.

Beautiful queen bee. Her wing is a little tattered. Nice colony. Survived an extermination attempt by roofers.


Testimonials

7 months ago
Mike was so great! He came right out and assured us that the bees would be relocated to a good home. That was important to me. We watched the whole process through the kitchen window and were impressed by how gentle he was with the bees. He sent us pictures of his progress and he even came and knocked on our door part way through the process to give us the honey combs to show our kids! It was a learning experience for the whole family. I would definitely recommend his services!
- Andrea C
8 months ago
We found Mike through a beekeeper’s association, as we wanted humane removal. Mike was immediately responsive, professional, highly knowledgeable and thoughtful about the bees. He removed the bees calmly, quickly and carefully. He investigated and explained the bees behavior and the price was fair! We highly recommend Mike! We will use him for all of our future bee related issues.
- Julie G
a year ago
Mike responded within minutes of my call and was able to get to my house and remove the bees right away. He was calm and logical the entire time and patiently explained to me, since I was interested in the process, each step. I will definitely give his number to others and will be sure to contact him again if the need should arise.
- Susan F

Bee Removal

I solve bee problems by mediating between the homeowner and the colony of bees. I relocate the bees to a new home while making sure bees don't return to your structure. Exterminating bees without removing comb hosts interior mold issues and you will also have continual bee problems. 


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Glendale, CA 91206
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