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Bees in bushes

Bushes are great places for bees to make their hive. Generally the shape of a bush would provide the kind of seclusion that bees enjoy. They can gather the colony on the inside branches and enjoy the cover of the outside leaves, which means that by the time you find them and realise that they would be best off elsewhere they may have been there for a long time.

It is best not to try and remove the bees yourself. If there is too much rustling and poking about the bush, they will become agitated and are likely to defend their home. Being stung by a swarm of angry bees is probably one of the more unpleasant things one can experience.

The bee team are practiced at removing entire swarms from places like this without too much disruption to you or the bees and delivering them to a place where they can safely carry on with what it is that bees do.

Give yourself peace of mind and have the professionals take care your bee problem

It seems though that swarms which settle in trees may be resting, or the scouts are looking for a suitable nesting space in the vicinity. It is however still in your best interest to have the bees removed professionally. They may leave the bush or tree and have you thinking they are gone when in fact there is a new beehive being built in a place that may cause more inconvenience or damage.

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last updated on 24 November 2014