Friday, September 16, 2011

Orlando Bees in a Tree Hole

One of a honey bee colony's favorite locations to build a nest, is in the interior of trees. Most larger trees will have a hollow core, and it's a perfect, safe and insulated place to set up shop!
Removing Bees in a tree hole, Orlando Fla.

This colony of bees had been threatening citizens at a local Orlando City Park, and because we are seeing higher numbers of Africanized Honey Bees, ( AHB or Killer Bees!), City, Town and County Governments have us perform proper bee removals in many locations so citizens can enjoy safe use of government facilities.

Folks are often surprised to learn that we are seeing increased numbers of mean, Africanized Bees in central Orlando and other Central Florida cities. These are not places to be trying relocations of honey bees. The sting risk to nearby humans and pets is significant. There are folks so allergic to venom, that one sting can send them to the Emergency Room! Some can even die from one or a few stings!

Bees Buzzing You? Call the Stinging Insect Professionals at 1-800-343-5317

Richard Martyniak, M.Sc., Entomologist and Fla. Registered Beekeeper
The Buzzkillers, LLC, your Licensed and Insured Stinging Insect Pest Control Company

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