Bumble Bee Removal Farmington MI is possible, Andrew Koffron is your Bumble Bee Keeper.
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Our friend Andrew knows his bees, and will remove and relocate them for you live. Not only does Andrew provide Bumble Bee Removal Farmington MI, he also provides Honey bee and wasp removal.
Bumble Bee removal presents different challenges the honey bee removal. Most of the time a Bumble Bee nest is underground and needs to be carefully dug up.
Once the nest it found Andrew takes it and the Bumble Bees away and hives them at his place.
The following report is from the Register-Harald read the full article here...
Unlike honeybees, which overwinter in enclosed hives well stocked with food (honey), bumblebees rely on individual queens to make it through the winter and renew the population in the spring.
Queen bumblebees mate in the fall. The “lucky” males die shortly after mating, and the queens find an underground hibernaculum to spend the winter. They may use abandoned chipmunk or mouse burrows.
In the spring the queen searches for a place to establish a new colony. It may be underground, or she may use an old above-ground vole nest or just a dense tuft of grass. She lines the nest with fine plant fibers and secretes wax from abdominal glands to form a “honeypot.”
Then she visits early spring blooming flowers and fills her crop with nectar, which she regurgitates into the honeypot. Meanwhile, she’s also collecting protein-rich pollen at the flowers she visits. The pollen is collected on her furry body and on pollen baskets on her hind legs.
We at IRescueBees would like to thank The Register-Herald for their report. Read the full story here...