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looking for queen 
Click on the picture above to see a series of photos from a bear attacking a hive of bees.Freeman Beetle TrapBeautiful frame of honey We found our bees working Button Brush along the banks of ponds during a drought.Button BrushJohnny looking for the queen in a swarm.
John putting swarm in boxJohn & Zack cutting down swarmZackJohn harvesting honey Corinne harvesting honey Josenel & John harvest 
John putting captured swarm in a hive.John & Zack cutting swarm out of a tree.Zack helping with bees.John excited about the harvest!Corinne uncapping frame of honey.Josenel giving instructions on the harvest of honey.
cutting swarm from treehoney bee swarmJohnny putting swarm in hiveSwarm on hiveswarm swarm in tree
Cutting swarm out of tree.Swarm in tree.Johnny tapping on a hive to encourage a swarm to go into the hive.Johnny capturing swarm on a cool spring day.Captured swarm on a cool spring day.Large swarm in tree.
mites on board after treating with apistan stripsmite treatment mite treatmenthoney bees eating tetra b treatmentbees in the wildhoney bee tree
Mites on board less than 24 hours after a customer treated with apistan strips.  Larger black bug is a hive beetle.  The smaller, numerous reddish-brown bugs are the mites.Mites on board less than 24 hours after a customer treated with apistan strips.  Larger black bug is a hive beetle.  The smaller, numerous reddish-brown bugs are the mites.Mites on board less than 24 hours after a customer treated with apistan strips.  Larger black bug is a hive beetle.  The smaller, numerous reddish-brown bugs are the mites.Honey bees seen with Tetra B treatment on inner lid. Picture of a bee tree sent to us by Cousin Jack.  Picture of a bee tree sent to us by Cousin Jack.
queen bee picturequeen beequeen beeswarm in septemberbee in flight to flower 
We got a treat spotting this queen while changing out a brood box in need of repair.We got a treat spotting this queen while changing out a brood box in need of repair.We got a treat spotting this queen while changing out a brood box in need of repair.A hive swarmed in September.  The swarm went under the hive in the center of the cinderblock.Worker Bee enjoying fall bloom.John catching a high swarm. 
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John & Ron working to capture a swarm.Worker Bee enjoying fall bloom.Swarm found in a local tree that a business was cutting down in order to expand.   

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