honey bee on white flower

Many people are not aware that honey bees can get sick just like humans. There are a few parasitic, fungal and viral infections that can impact a honey bee colony. All beekeepers should be aware of these diseases and have an understanding of the signs and symptoms of an infestation to keep their colonies safe…

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swarm of bees

As one of the leading bee removal companies in the San Diego area, we frequently get calls from concerned San Diego residents who want to know what to do about their honey bee situation. The first thing we do is ask some key questions to determine whether they have a bee swarm or a bee…

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bee swarm

Uh-oh! You have a bee infestation at your San Diego area home or business. Instead of ignoring the situation and putting your safety at risk, it’s time to call in the professionals. But, who do you choose? Which company can you trust? There are many companies out there who claim to rid your home or…

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use for beeswax food wrap

Beeswax is this substance that we have been using throughout human history. Its texture has made it extremely versatile and useful from early humans all the way through to today. In prehistoric times, beeswax was used as a lubricant and to help waterproof a variety of structures. Today, we still use beeswax in many products…

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honey bees

As one of the most trusted live bee removal companies in the San Diego area, we get lots of questions from customers who are experiencing a honey bee infestation. When you have a large swarm or out-of-control hive on your property, it can be unnerving, frustrating and even scary. We hope that by sharing the…

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bee antennae

When you think about a honey bee, you probably think about their fuzzy, yellow and black bodies. Or maybe their legs covered in pollen. You might not immediately think about their antennae. But, these structures are responsible for pretty much everything a honey bee does. The antennae are the primary sensory structures on a bee.…

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