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  1. Swarms, Trap-outs, and Cut-outs
    From my video description: Beehive removal from a wall of an abandoned house in Mt. Dora FL (Lake County, Florida). The owner wanted them removed so that major renovations to the house could occur when it was sold. These were very gentle bees. The queen was caught about 2 hours into the job...
  2. Swarms, Trap-outs, and Cut-outs
    This was a very chilly and windy day so I worked quickly to remove and re-locate the beehive into a 5 frame nuc box. My back was to the returning foragers (I was in their flight path) and several times during the day I had a carpet of bees on my back and head (I was wearing a white button-down...
  3. Swarms, Trap-outs, and Cut-outs
    Did a bee removal in Cocoa, FL yesterday at a business. Bees were behind the wall and were stinging people in the shop. The owner wanted the hive taken out. I opened up the wall (plywood) and found a queenless hive with dwindling supplies, not many bees, and no emergency queen cells, eggs or...
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