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We can continue speculating why they made their nest where they did. Some people believe it is good luck when bees build their homes on your property.
The bees choose crazy places to build and work their magic when no one is wiser.
It is always funny to hear the bees "just moved in a few days ago." It usually translates into, "I just noticed them a few days ago." We chose to show this picture because the homeowner told us these bees "just moved in a few days ago." Well, maybe a year and a few days ago.
We never tire of hearing this story because people aren't looking for bees. So if you need help finding out when they started their construction project, call us to find out. It is just fun because we have no idea what we will encounter.
Some of the places you can find a bee nest are sprinkler boxes, cable TV boxes, water meter boxes, tool sheds, cinder block walls, under roof eaves, between walls in your garage or walls in your house, attics, cracks in your roof, woodpiles, trash cans, compost bins, and on and on. They are skilled architects who can and will build almost anywhere.
So if you come across a bee nest that "just moved in a few days ago," give us a call. It will put a smile on our faces.
Vegas Bees is your bee hive removal company in Las Vegas and Henderson.
What a surprise the homeowner got when he opened his barbecue grill on Father's Day, 2022.
We arrived at Don's house and found this little bee nest in his grill. The bees were well-behaved and calm, even though it was 106 degrees outside.
This grill was under a pomegranate tree and covered in growing fruit. We had to trim a few branches out of the way of the grill.
Next, we moved the bees into their new home, a five-frame hive box. They now have plenty of room to move around and grow.
On a side note, when we move bees into a new box, they will stay on the property for two days or more to get used to their new home.
Our customer, Don, was a true gentleman. He gave us updates on the bees and what they were doing. He would sit in his backyard observing them and fishing the bees out of his swimming pool when they fell in. So we know they were growing on him.
When we returned to pick them up, we asked him if he wanted to keep them and let them live on his property. His beautiful bees were perfect for Henderson. The neighborhood was surrounded by mature trees, flowers, and plants.
He kindly declined, but we know he will remember this adorable and gentle colony of bees with much fondness. We will also remember Don for his graciousness.
During the year, you may see a few bees around your property. We are more likely to notice bees in the summer since we enjoy being in our yards and outside.
In the winter, we stay indoors and don't do much yard work or have backyard BBQs. But when spring and summer come, we love being outdoors. Now is when we see our stingy friends of all sizes and shapes.
They will build their nests and colonies as large as possible in spring and summer. It happens quickly, and what was once a minor nuisance may turn into a big problem in a few weeks. That is when the homeowner decided to deal with the issue.
We beg you not to use any spray to get rid of the bees. It will not work, and you will spend money for nothing. In the end, you will only anger the bees and get poison all over your house and yard. Also, we wouldn't want you to get stung by the bees.
Please remember that honeybees help keep our food supply and the environment diverse and healthy. People need to realize that if the bees didn't pollinate our fruits and veggies, we would have 134 fewer food items to enjoy.
Most of those items are products we consume daily. Our healthy food supply is why all of us in Las Vegas and Henderson need to help save the bees by humanely removing and relocating them.
In addition, many of us grow a garden and need bees to pollinate our homegrown foods.
Learn more about what we are doing at Vegas Bees to save the bees.
Underneath your shed floor makes a great dark, cool place for a nest.
It was evident to the homeowner that he had a nest in his shed. There was a hole under the door where he saw a stream of bees coming and going. This fine gentleman chose to save them instead of exterminating them.
The floor needed us to cut it out to access the nest, which was a whopper. They filled a ten-frame Langstroth beehive box!
When it was all said and done, Vegas Bees rescued and relocated 15,000 bees from Henderson, NV.