Posted by hd6gtom on September 06, 2012 at 15:32:55 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: Bee Tree posted by DH in Carolina on September 06, 2012 at 12:35:29:
We have been called to remove bees from storm damaged trees, especially if they have landed on a house. About the only way is to split the tree with a chain saw, hopefully not your own, and vac up as many as you can. Yes you can buy bee vacs. Most of the time we kill more bees or wind up killing the whole hive. That is not what we set out to do. If they arn't bothering anything leave them alone. You can set another hive close buy and use a lure to attract swarms from this tree into the new hive. Swarm attractant is available from any reputable beekkeepping supply house, as is the wooden ware for the hives. If you need to get rid of them, contact your county extension service or if I remember right Carolina has a very good state beekkeepping organization.
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