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    Zachary Pitts
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    I left some used medium boxes and frames (no foundation) at my mother’s home a few years back (aware that a hive was likely to move in), and sure enough a hive moved in. My mother was into the hive, but recently they’ve become more aggressive (possibly outgrowing the space combined with the heat). I no longer keep bees (no space or time). Anyway, is there anyone interested? Feel free to take the boxes/frames if that makes the hive extraction easier, although I doubt the bees built the comb within the frames. I believe it is three or four boxes. Hollywood Hills. Please contact me at “zacharypitts” at the standard google email domain.

    Also, I apologize if this is an inappropriate way to post about bees. I was part of a group a while back that had members always looking for wild/organic hives/swarms to grab. I think they shut down or maybe even merged with HoneyLove, but I wasn’t sure if the process has changed.

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    SIMON WAKLEY
    Participant

    Hi, I might be interested. Where are you located?
    Simon (I’m in Glendale)

    #11357

    Zachary Pitts
    Participant

    In the Hollywood Hills (Beachwood Canyon).

    #11400

    Rehkop Margaret
    Participant

    My uncle also followed the same process.

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