Bees pollinate over 80% of native and domestic plant species, making them largely responsible for plant reproduction, including the plants grown on farms to feed us. Bees are not normally welcome in or around our homes because they can become aggressive and territorial in order to defend their hives. Many homeowners choose bee relocation instead [...]
Bee extermination can be performed in a number of ways, including knocking down or removing the nest, spraying the bees and their nest with poison, or smoking the bees and their hive in order to sedate, capture, and relocate them. While a bee swarm can be effectively exterminated from your property, bees more often become [...]
While bees are crucial for plant pollination and wasps are predators that help control the insects they feed on, they can quickly become a hazard when they take residence around your property. Bees can become aggressive and will sting in order to defend themselves, their queen, colony, and nest. Wasps can even become aggressive around [...]
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Up to 80% of wild bee colonies in San Diego County are Africanized bees, also known as “killer bees.” These unwelcome bees invade your property because protected walls, chimneys, and roof overhangs provide the right conditions for a bee colony to build a honeycomb in which to protect their queen, procreate, and build up honey storage to live on during winter.
Swarming bees or bee clouds indicate that a bee colony is still looking for the right place to build their nest, and you will need bee removal within a few days. If you see bees, wasps, or hornets regularly coming and going from a particular spot on your house or property, it indicates that the bees have moved in and begun building their nest.
This is the time to take action for wasps, hornets, and bee removal in San Diego. Once the bees have set up shop, they build their nest at an alarming rate of 1.5 to 2 pounds of comb and honey each day, providing constantly increasing space for new bees to incubate. Since the queen is able to lay up to 1500 new eggs each day in her growing home, it is vital to start the bee hive removal as soon as the colony begins building their home.
If you want to protect your home and family, keep an eye out for swarms of bees, wasps, and hornets, and call Pest Patrol Bee Removal, a professional bee hive removal service, as soon as these pests catch your eye.