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    Rob McFarland
    Rob McFarland
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    From swarm captures to cut-outs, this is the spot to discuss rescues. Please share your knowledge and experience to help others learn. This isn’t the place to report that you need bees rescued or hash out plans to go on rescues. A little of both is probably to be expected, but please be respectful of the fact that people are here to read about best practices, new techniques, shared observations, etc.

    To get us started, here is a video where I (attempt to) explain how to capture a swarm: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nj3ol-B73Q

    #6978
    ceebs bailey
    ceebs bailey
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    SWARM AVAILABLE.
    Susan Rudnicki has a heavy swarm box for adoption. Please call her at 310-374-4779. Bees are in Manhattan Beach and will need to be installed in your fitted out hive tonight (bottom board, hive body with frames with comb guides, top board)
    Susan will help you with verbal instructions when you arrive to pick them up.

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