7 Tips for a Bee Friendly Garden

bee friendly garden

Many people want to do their part to protect honey bees, but they don’t know where to begin. It’s actually easier than you may think to support your local honey bee populations and other pollinators. Even if you are short on space and time, you can plant a bee friendly garden that will provide honey…

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Are Bees Invited To Your Barbeque?

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Memorial Day weekend is just around the corner, and you know what that means – outdoor BBQs! Warmer weather and people feeling safer attending gatherings means that this upcoming holiday weekend is sure to be packed with outdoor events and family fun.  While you are planning your menus and packing the coolers, don’t forget to…

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What You Should Know About Pollinators

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About 95% of the time, if you were to ask someone about pollinators, they would immediately talk about honey bees. Honey bees are the best known pollinators. In fact, they are the most prevalent pollinators in nature. They play a vital role, but they are not the only insects or animals that contribute to the…

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Pollinators: More Than Just Bees

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Over here at D-Tek Live Bee Removal, it’s no secret that we are big fans of the honeybee. We love their industrious natures and appreciate all the work they do to make honey and pollinate our flowers and crops. Without them, our food system would look dramatically different.  But did you know that bees are…

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5 Reasons Bees Are Vital to Our Lives

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As the experts in live bee removal in San Diego, D-Tek Live Bee Removal is always on call to safely remove honey bees from homes, buildings and other locations around the city. We love to do our job and transport honey bees to a proper habitat. After a removal, we transport the bees away from…

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The Biggest Threats to Honeybees

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Just like humans, honeybees have specific basic needs that keep them alive and thriving. They need nearby sources of nectar, pollen and water. They need warm summer temperatures in which to forage. In the winter, honeybees need shelter to keep them warm and honey to sustain them. Without these basic necessities, honeybees won’t survive.  Bees…

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