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  1. Re: Bees in my hair: Help! ( European bees attacking, Wild bees nesting )

    Thanks, Enj!
    Your replies really made my day. I feel more confident now, knowing honeybees don't attack without reason and I'm happy I'm not having issues with my neighbouring honeybees. I will talk...
  2. Re: Bees in my hair: Help! ( European bees attacking, Wild bees nesting )

    Thanks, Enjambres that's an amazing answer. The bees I have trouble with are dark, they have little or no hair, dark brown body and sharp dark-colored transparent wings. I thought they may be wasps...
  3. Re: Bees in my hair: Help! ( European bees attacking, Wild bees nesting )

    Yes, my hair is dark brown but I didn't think it would bother the hive when it's styled in a thigh bun. I will cover it completely next time I'm in the garden. Are there any colours that usually...
  4. Re: Bees in my hair: Help! ( European bees attacking, Wild bees nesting )

    P.S.: Is there any natural home cleaning product or method that would keep the wild bees ( and European bees ) off our house and prevent attacks?

    I would really appreciate a quick advice as I'm...
  5. Bees in my hair: Help! ( European bees attacking, Wild bees nesting )

    So my neighbours are all bee keepers and our orchard is swarming with bees. There are the Stingless bees, the Black and White Carpenter Bees and then there are the dark European honey bees. The...
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