honey bees winter

Honey bees are common sights in the spring and summer months across the San Diego area. But have you ever thought about where they go in the colder winter season? While we don’t get frigid temperatures here in Southern California, temperatures do tend to dip down quite low in the late fall and winter months.…

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bee hive

No matter where you live in San Diego, you can’t escape honey bees. Throughout the city, bees can make their homes in the most unlikely of places, including in and around your home. If you see them buzzing in the area, it may be tempting to try to find and remove the bee hive yourself. …

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pollination

At D-Tek Live Bee Removal, we’re the experts in live bee removal in San Diego because we know how to take care of bee removal safely and effectively. We take pride in knowing that when we’re called upon to help a customer, we’re both solving their problem and saving a hive from potential harm. Why?…

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honey bee drones

Out of all the bees in a colony, the drone often gets the least respect. Queen bees and workers attract a lot of attention due to their roles in the hive. Plus, they both get frequent mentions in pop culture and common English phrases.  However, let’s not discount the drone quite yet. Although they don’t…

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beehive cells

Although most of us don’t get an up close and personal look at the inside of a beehive, we know that an awful lot goes on inside those tiny cells. Thousands of honey bees work in unison for the survival of the colony. Each of them have a very specific job that must be done…

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worker bee

The worker honey bee gets its name because she will have many jobs throughout her lifetime. Without their efforts, the hive wouldn’t be able to function and pollination would not occur at the rate required to sustain our agricultural system. Every day of their lives, from birth to their death, worker bees have vital work…

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