Swarms from this year, so far… They came from all over the Shelby and Fayette Counties: Memphis, Bartlett, Arlington and President’s Island
The homeowner said, “If you have to cut down the rose bush to save to the bees, you can.”
This swarm was at chest level.
This swarm was almost 3 ft. long.
The homeowner’s dog found this belt-level swarm.
One of the Bartlett K-9 officers called us out late to remove this swarm, and he was so pleased that when the next swarm call came into the police station, they all knew to call me. Thanks to Bartlett’s Finest.
St. Francis Academy called at about the time school was letting out. Kids, parents and staff got the show of a lifetime. The bees were about 22 ft. up. My ladder was almost vertical.
Swarms land wherever the queen runs out of gas.
This was one of the easiest pick ups. Note the hive in the background. They may have been my bees to begin with…
Trashcan swarm. They were in the process of making the can their new home. The bees were making comb.
Thanks to Forehand Services Termite and Pests Control for calling about this swarm.
Honey Bee swarm at WM Barr. The top pipe was hollow and the bees were inside also.
This swarm landed in this tree in the middle of an apartment parking lot. Those who weren’t at work came out to watch the removal of these bees. I should’ve charged admittance…