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  1. Welcome Forum
    Hello everyone from Waianae, Hawaii Hawaiian Venom & Puerto Rican bee hustlers We have been running Hawaiian Venom for a few years now as well as Puerto Rican bee hustlers who specialize in the extraction and safe removal and relocation of bees. So contact us and support the local...
  2. Bee Forum
    As to what you should do about a beehive on your property: According to the Florida Department of Agriculture (freshfromflorida.com), you have two choices: Have it a) relocated or b) eradicated. If the bees have a friendly temperament, a local beekeeper might relocate the hive. This may...
  3. Swarms, Trap-outs, and Cut-outs
    Hello All, The wife and I spent yesterday rescuing a bee tree we rescued a while back. The cut-out was remarkably easy even though it was in a huge section (about 5ft x 3ft) of an old oak. The bees were incredibly gentle, and we managed to split the section without them even noticing. We...
  4. Bee Forum
    Hello fellow beeks, this site is priceless, just say'n. Is this do-able? My drones are taking flight. Going into my second year with two strong hives. My goal(s)... 1) relocate 2) split In my newbie brain, here's my plan, set-up a stand directly behind the hive(s) which are side-by-side on...
  5. Bee Forum
    A friend of mine has a hive of bees that took up residence in box on the ground around 3 years ago and they want them removed. I don't want to see them destroyed so have told them I'll do it, i just need to work out how?! I was thinking of moving this box a small distance of 4 -5 meters and...
  6. Photo/Video Gallery
    I have a returning hive that was dormant most of last year here in Florida because of the unusually cold weather but now that we are in October the hive has more than tripled in activity & I need to move them into bigger accommodations, IE a frame so that I can take them with me when we move...
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