A Bee Extraction Followup
I went out a couple days ago to clean out the bee hive from the previous post Swarm of Angry Bees in Orlando. It’s always important to remove a bee hive and spray the area down after the bee extermination is done. Leaving the hive will result in the honey beginning to pour downward, out of the hive as the bees are no longer taking care of it. The honey will start to smell very bad and attract other pests like ants. It also may attract other bees that will start another hive.
Bee Removal Guy Gets A Break
This particular bee hive was underneath a work trailer in Orlando. Unlike a lot of bee hive removals I run into in Orlando, no walls, masonry, fascia or other major obstruction needed to be cut through to get to it. A little bit of insulation and the vapor barrier was all that needed removed. As can be seen in the pictures this was a decent size hive but certainly not huge. It was probably about two and a half feet long by sixteen inches, enough that it would have created quite the mess.
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