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This topic contains 7 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  Beckie Arakawa 1 week, 5 days ago.

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  • #11889

    Christopher Heynen
    Participant

    Hello, went to get a swarm today, but the bees left just before I arrived. If anyone has a swarm they need removed or one boxed up already that needs a hive just let me know.
    Thanks!
    Chris

    #11891

    Christy Wilhelmi
    Participant

    I may have one at my community garden that will need to be removed. We’re waiting to see if it goes away on its own. We’re not allowed to have bees living in the garden, just as visitors. 🙂 Stay tuned.

    #11899

    Bogdan Claudiu
    Participant

    i have a solution if you think rent a hive i offer mine service to take care your hive and send you the honey … btw this is what i do atm whit a grounp in romania bees and honey lovers .

    #11901

    Beckie Arakawa
    Participant

    I believe I have a swarm in the back corner of my property. I can’t actually get close enough to see it since I’m allergic to bee stings but several bees can be seen hovering near the bush in the corner of the yard. I’m looking for someone to remove it.

    #11966

    Michael Georgia
    Participant

    Beckie

    Did you get your swarm picked up yet ?

    I have a brand new empty hive that I would like to populate with a farel swarm. I like to always populate with farel swarms rather than buying bees. The farel swarms are generally hardier and more disease and pest resistant.

    #11967

    Elliot Mebane
    Participant

    A swarm settled down at 12:30 pm at the following location today (Sept. 3). Football sized, hanging from a chair in a public area.

    5792 Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016

    https://www.google.com/maps/place/WeWork+5792+W+Jefferson+Blvd/@34.0256256,-118.3752635,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x1df12c20ca0b0dd5!8m2!3d34.0256256!4d-118.3752635

    #11970

    Elliot Mebane
    Participant

    Update: They’re gone. Facilities management called a beekeeper to come out and take them.

    #11971

    Beckie Arakawa
    Participant

    Sorry Michael George, I found someone to take them away a couple months ago

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