bees in log
I got a call that they cut down a tree a week ago and had bees, the log is approx. 5 ft long, maybe 2ft dia, and the bees were in a hole on the side like a broken limb. the wood cutter nailed some screen over the hole and the bees were active back when it was cold. I checked the log today at 59 degrees, the bees were flying and getting in and out under a corner of the screen. The question is what would be the best way to get these bees in a deep super, maybe if it's cold do nothing until warms up, but then what, I can't nail a super over the hole as it's too small and on the side. I've tried cutting logs vertically to extract bees with no success, any ideas here?