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  • in reply to: Hive + Beard Available #12059
    ceebs bailey
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    Best to leave it where it is. The parkway is likely city property and they may have an arrangement with a bee rescuer in their area. Rescuing from inside a tree is not as simple as it seems. Thanks for keeping a look out.

    in reply to: Aggressive hive #11922
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    Are you interested in doing a split?

    in reply to: Young colony offered #11911
    ceebs bailey
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    If you’re totally new to beekeeping, starting with bees is a tough way to go—for you and for them. It would be best to take this season to learn more about bees and get some hands-on mentoring at HoneyLove before you get your own bees next spring. They’ll wait. In the meantime, you can check the “rescue bees” page on the HoneyLove website to find a reputable bee rescuer near you.

    in reply to: Young colony offered #11910
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    If you’re totally new to beekeeping, starting with bees is a tough way to go—for you and for them. It would be best to take this season to learn more about bees and get some hands-on mentoring at HoneyLove before you get your own bees next spring. They’ll wait. In the meantime, you can check the “rescue bees” page on the HoneyLove website to find a reputable bee rescuer near you.

    in reply to: Hello Honey Lovers #11896
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    Hey Bogdan! We’re based in Los Angeles, California.

    in reply to: Troubled Hive #11895
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    Hard to tell without someone else doing an inspection with you and going over your notes. Do you need a mentor to come for a visit? What area are you in?

    in reply to: Hello #11515
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    Welcome, Thalia. Have you been to a meeting tp say hello?

    in reply to: Bee Rescue needed – Cutout #11511
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    Please have him go to the “Rescue Bees” section of the HoneyLove website for removal resources. As a homeowner, he really should have a professional do it—not a hobbyist—for safety and insurance purposes.

    in reply to: Mentor Needed!! Treatment-Free Tolerant in SFV #11413
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    Hey there! Please email info@honeylove.org and we’ll recommend a HoneyLove-approved mentor in your area. Thanks!

    in reply to: Hive at Ocean View Farms Needs a Home #11386
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    Hey Christy! A gardener there contacted me about it and I offered to move it to the HoneyLove Sanctuary. Let me know if this conflicts with info you already have. If anyone wants to learn how to do a small cutout, email me!

    in reply to: 8-Frame Boxes for Sale (Glassell Park) #11342
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    David! I notice you haven’t yet responded to the invite to join the HoneyLove volunteer page on Facebook. Will you be able to help out at National Honey Bee Day on August 18?

    ceebs..

    in reply to: underground bees!!! #11283
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    It’s quite likely they are not honey bee but are hornets, yellowjackets, etc. This link should help: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Characteristics_of_common_wasps_and_bees

    in reply to: Community space for a hive #11264
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    Hey Jennifer!

    HoneyLove rents space to members annually at our bee yards. Send me an email if you’d like more info. ceebs@honeylove.org

    in reply to: Need to relocate a hive #11259
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    Hey Eric! Let me go check my emails. Still recovering from a little surgery I had. Stand by.

    in reply to: Swarms and Swarm Traps #11256
    ceebs bailey
    Moderator

    Nice video!

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