Monday, April 8, 2013

Bees in a Pine Tree In Ocala, FL

Here is a nest in Ocala, Fl 15ft up in a pine tree. This was a large nest (15 shelves of honeycomb) and was very active. These types of ness are classified as external colonies because they create their nests exterior, unlike bees who will make their nests in voids in walls of knotholes. This nest started out as a smaller bee swarm, and in the last year it has blossomed into a dangerous, oversized nest with potential harm for surroundings. This nest is located adjacent to a large manufacturing facility AND a school!. Children run through this natural area, and it's a disaster just waiting to happen. So, we've removed the nest, in a manner that minimizes bee activity after the removal. Most folks practicing this art seem to cast a blind eye to the numbers of bees that will cluster in the spot of the former nest, posing quite a danger to adults and children alike, as the bees get defensive and possibly stinging anything that moves. If you come in contact with these stinging insects, call the experts.Contact the stinging insect specialists, entomologists, beekeepers, licensed and insured. Call now!!!!  (855)930.BEES or visit

Ocala Bees in Tree

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