Friday, August 27, 2010

Ocala bees on tree Limb

While most Honey Bee colonies elect to build in confined voids, such as hollow trees, some build right out in the open, usually hanging their comb from the bottoms of large limbs.
This external colony proclivity, is a known trait for African, or Killer Bees, but plain-vanilla European Bee colonies will build nests externally as well, but a much lower rate.
This colony was located on farm land, so we might try a live removal, as there's wide open spaces and a pretty low sting risk. The owner is neat too, he is allowing us to place some of our hive boxes near his garden area! coolio.

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