There are a few good reasons to relocate bees from unwanted places, and there are good reasons to do it sooner rather than later.Read More
A fast response resulted in one of our quickest jobs ever! This swarm moved into the wall of this Buderim home less than 24 hours be I got there.
It is logical to assume that the older a beehive the longer it will take to remove. But it is not just the size that determines the complexity of the removal.Read More
This 4 month old beehive was growing bigger day by day. It is yet another example of a swarm moving into a brick veneer house under a window.
Doing bee removals is a little like shopping at a sale, sometimes you pickup a terrific bargain other times you end up with something you definitely don’t need. Don’t get caught saying, “look at the money I saved” when in reality you should be saying “this is the money I wasted”.Read More
When honey bees decide to occupy a nesting box, they can be removed and saved by a beekeeper. The use of insecticide is completely unnecessary and unethical in a time when pollinators worldwide are experiencing serious decline.Read More
After 3 months in the ceiling of this Mapelton man-cave, this beehive grew to a surprising size.
Simple, catch the queen and you catch the swarm! Without a doubt this is the most important guarantees of successful swarm capture.Read More
When Nick moved into his new home at Nambour, little did he know he already had 20,000 house guests with a sting in their tail.Read More
Strange sounds coming from the toilet. No red back spiders under the dunny seat here, but yes we have thousands of bees.Read More
When 92 year old Frances was advised to petrol bomb the bee hive in her wall, she decided it was time to find a real beekeeper to rescue them.Read More
When the queen moved into her modest accomodation in a log cabin in the main street of Maleny, 25,000 of her loyal subjects happily squeezed in behind her.Read More