Our neighbor is hosting a large and thriving bee hive in her yard but she would like them moved.  Any bee-loving homes available?  The bees are currently residing near Wyoming and Osuna (and from all appearances, having a great time!)

 

Thanks -

 

Vicki

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Hi, I would love to house the bees in my yard.

Hi Tamara -

 

Do you have the equipment to gather them up and move them?  I can certainly speak to our neighbor and arrange a time for them to pack and head out.

Hi Vicki, I'm worried this is not a good time to move the hive, funny I just came from a bee workshop. Is it possible to talk to your neighbor? Here is my email to exchange telephone numbers trejo.tamara@gmail.com

 

Thanks,

tamara

Hi Tamara -

 

I'll try again to reach her tomorrow on your behalf.  She was not home when I tried late this afternoon.  When is the best time to move a hive?  Will be in touch -

 

Vicki

Hi Vicky, I would love to give them a home but I don't know how to remove a hive, please email me and I'll give you/her the contact of a person that can do this safely.

 

Tamara

 

 

Do you know what species they are? Native bees? Thanks!

 

I don't.  Her landscaper guy has a degree in horticulture; he's the one who found them.  I'll ask him if he can identify them.  He did say they've been hanging out in this location for about two years in a great spot, but the homeowner is now interested in moving them.

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