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Spring Has Sprung for Honeybees!

While most of the country follows stay-in-place orders to combat COVID-19, you may not have noticed that it’s spring. March 19th marked the first day of the spring season, and you know what that means – we are getting ever closer to the emergence of honeybees. The warmer weather initiates a few important changes in…

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Who’s Who in a Honeybee Colony

Honeybees are highly social animals living in tight knit societies called colonies. A colony consists of a single queen (usually, we’ll get to that later), a few hundred male drones and lots and lots of female worker bees – to the tune of around 20 to 80 thousand. Just like a human colony, it’s not…

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What Makes a Beehive?

structure of beehive

Watching a bee weaving about the garden might make you think that they lead quite a carefree life! After all, they spend their days sunbathing on flowers and lazily eating sweet nectar. Nothing could be further from the truth. That little guy is the very picture of industry. A bee is a highly social insect,…

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Who Choose Live Bee Removal?

bee infestation

Oh no! You’ve found a beehive in your yard. Worse still, maybe you’ve noticed a line of them going back and forth through an opening into your attic. Your first reaction might be to reach for a can of wasp spray or call an exterminator. Before you do though, please consider this plea for the…

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How Bees Can Damage Your Home

bee damage

Many of our bee removal customers also need bee removal repairs. They don’t realize that at D-Tek Live Bee Removal, we can do both! While we know the many benefits of bees and their important role as pollinators, they can become a bit of a nuisance. When bees decide to build their nest inside your…

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Can San Diego Honeybees Be Removed Safely?

Honeybees play a vital role in our ecosystem. They help to pollinate a surprising amount of the foods that humans eat, including many of our fruits, vegetables and coffee. Their pollination efforts also help to produce the food that other animals eat, and many of those animals, in turn, are eaten by humans. It’s an…

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