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Can I rehouse millions of Bees??

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Anteater Tue 09-Jun-09 12:04:03

A large bush has become the home to huge numbers of Bees.
Due to the National shortage I wondered if anyone will come and rehouse them?

theDreadPirateRoberts Tue 09-Jun-09 12:06:43

Look for beekeepers in the Yellow pages - one will probably come by to assess. If you can't find in business directory, local council or even police (non-emergency number obviously) should be able to point you at someone, as it can be a safety issue.

You can't move them yourself as they're protected. But if they're bumbles then beekeepers won't be interested (but they won't attack unless threatened).

Hassled Tue 09-Jun-09 12:07:03

There will be a local beekeeper's society who will be able to advise/do it for you. Google your area + beekeepers - there are always way more beekeepers than you would think likely. They move in mysterious ways.

Anteater Tue 09-Jun-09 12:08:51


missingtheaction Tue 09-Jun-09 15:03:09

are they a swarm (tight cluster of bees) or is it just that you have the bee version of McDonalds - that your large bush is especially attractive. To bees of course. If it's a swarm they will come and get them; if you just have a large and very attractive bush then ...

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