Adventures in Beekeeping and Pest Control
A common sight, a large swarm resting in a tree while its scout bees try to locate a new place to call home.
Clinton, our master technician and beekeeper shows off a large strip of honeycomb pulled from the cavity the bees found in this house.
We located a healthy thriving hive in the basement of this house.
Getting the smoker ready, before checking the health of our hives.
Bees fly in and out of a fascia board to enter and exit the location of their hive.
Opened a couch up and found bees in the early stages of building their hive.
Here we are at the 2018 Riverside Deaf Awareness Event
Some of our bees stand guard at the entrance of their hive box
Here a Swarm has landed on a roll of carpet
Found the hive in this roof. It was a beauty!
In this image, Bees spill out of their hive in the cavity behind this wooden fence.
Bees have found an entrance to this home from the outside but their home exists right behind half inch drywall in this bedroom.