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Andrew Koffron's knowledge of bumbles bees and their behavior is outstanding. He has taught many including myself how to remove bumble bee nest, as well as caring for the colony. For all your live Bumble Bee Removal Detroit MI call Andrew.
Andrew is also a honey bee removal expert.
Native bees are import...
In the United States there are over one hundred native bumble bee species. One that needs to be mentioned is the rusty patched bumble bee, which has been listed on the endangered species list.
Bumble bees are a social bee, like the honey bees. Both are pollinators, yet this is where the similarities stop.
Nesting in the ground, or close to the ground bumble bees do not make honey. They do gather nectar and pollen.
A large colony of bumble bees will have up to one hundred fifty individuals. Only the queen will survive the winter.
Let's talk about the basic of removing a bumble bee colony...
Finding the entrance of a bumble bee colony is fairly easy. Making a vibration around the entrance drives the workers out.
As the worker exit they are captured and caged. When the exiting workers has slowed then we begin to determine where the nest is.
It may be under a shed or some junk piled up up on the ground. Most of the time they have taken over a ground dwelling mammal den.
The entrance tunnel can be five to eight feet long. Quite a way to dig, but we believe it is worth it.
For all your live Bumble Bee Removal Detroit MI needs Andrew Koffron is all you need...