bee infestation

Honeybees are a part of life in Southern California. They are common guests at outdoor BBQs, baseball games and backyard gardens. For the most part, bees are not a threat to humans. They prefer to spend their days collecting nectar and pollen to bring back to the hive. To avoid a nasty sting, the best…

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bee stings

If you’ve been reading the D-Tek Live Bee Removal bee blog for a while, you already know that honeybees are vital to pollination. While not the only pollinators out there, bees are one of the biggest contributors to helping our plants and flowers reproduce year after year.  Aside from their pollination and honey-making abilities, honeybees…

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murder hornet

What’s the deal with the “murder hornet?” Amid all the recent coronavirus and economic news, you might have heard some other unsettling news about the appearance of a new hornet in the United States. Known as “the murder hornet,” this giant Asian hornet (Vespa mandarinia) has a nasty sting and the ability to decapitate hundreds of…

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bees flying into hive

As the weather heats up and flowers bloom in San Diego, honey bees become their most active. With the spring season in full swing and summer up ahead, you can expect to see a few of these insects buzzing around your homes, parks and gardens, collecting nectar to bring back to their colonies. While a…

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beeHive

Bees are great in our gardens, but not so great inside our homes. A large colony that has taken up residence in your roof, wall, garage, shed or air vents can cause you a lot of problems. Not to mention, the time and expense of home renovations! Now that we are approaching warmer weather around…

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