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What’s the Difference Between Bearding and Swarming?

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During the summertime, bees are just a fact of life here in Southern California. We are used to seeing them buzzing around our pools, picnics and soda cans. And although they can be a nuisance, they don’t generally grab our attention.   Sometimes bee behavior is a little more intriguing! Most people would agree that…

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Do Honey Bees Get Hot in the Summer?

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When the Southern California summer heats up, it is not uncommon for temperatures to reach well above 90 or even 100 degrees. Most humans have the luxury of escaping indoors or taking a dip in the pool or ocean to beat the heat.  As one of the leading live bee removal companies in San Diego…

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How To Keep Bees Away From Your Swimming Pool

How To Keep Bees Away from Your Swimming Pool

Have you been noticing bees buzzing around your swimming pool? Do you know why they love your pool as much as you do? Are you wondering how they can be deterred humanely?  The warm summer weather means that honey bees are out-and-about foraging for nectar and pollinating flowers and crops. Basically, they are busy doing…

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4 Things to Know About Solitary Bees

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What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of bees? For many people, the thought of bees evokes images of swarms and buzzing beehives. But did you know that over 90% of the bees out there are considered solitary bees? Solitary bees are fascinating because they aren’t discussed as much as their…

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California Bees: Bumblebees and Carpenter Bees


How many species of bees can be found in California? If you guessed over one thousand, you are correct! There are more than one thousand species of bees in our state. Most of them are considered solitary bees, ones that do not live together in colonies. The rest are considered bumblebees.  There are several species…

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How To Prevent Bees From Nesting in Your Home

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Welcome to honeybee swarming season! As the weather warms up, you may begin to notice more bee activity as they start collecting pollen to eat and store for the upcoming winter. You will likely see swarms of bees in the coming months, searching enthusiastically for their new homes. As a homeowner, you may be concerned…

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