A Guide to Stock Photography The practice of taking professional photographs of common places, landmarks, nature, events or people that are bought and sold on a royalty-free basis, is referred to as stock photography, and the stock photos can be used and reused for commercial design purposes. In stock photography, the photographer is the owner […]
All About Bee Removal There has been a rapid change in the practice of bee removal through the years. It was just in the recent years that a specific type of bee has began in a state southeast of America. Some of its colonies have pioneered in the northern part. Because of that, the state had a dramatic shift in the focus of bee removal due to the public’s safety. The change noticed by beekeepers was because of the behavioral difference of african bees and european honey bees. The african bees, also known as the “killer bees”, defended their nest so much which made them easily provoked. Even if they are not supposed to be called killers, they must still be approached with respect and care to avoid disasters. If a colony of bees is nearby, even though they look calm there may still be danger within reach. As stated in research, the queen bee can live up to between six months and one year. If ever a new queen, the one that replaces the old, is born she will have to leave the hive temporarily to mate with other drones in the nearby colonies. And if it so happens that she mates with an african bee, her colony which was calm a few months ago will be africanized. Africanized bees has been living in southwestern states for many years. Half of african bee attacks were found to be due to victims not doing anything when they see an african bee colony. If only those nests were removed before something bad happened, the attack might have been avoided. In the previous years, getting rid of a bee colony, or bee removal was prohibited because the species were endangered. We depend so much on bees in pollination of food crops and flowers. As an alternative, we inspired beekeepers to just save the nests and make use of it in their managed hives. Because of the rapid increase in bee diseases and african bees, the number of wild bees is also increasing. The number of beekeepers that are willing to take the risks are running low. There can be 100-200 african bee colonies per square mile in an area where they have established. Once one wild bee nest i removed, there will be no great effect on the total population of bees. Keep in mind that state officials have NO plans on eliminating all wild nests or african bees.
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Nonetheless, they are recommending that bee nests found in areas where people are be removed by a professional and certified pest control operator. There are basically five things a professional pest control operator should do: 1)determine if the bees in your area is a swarm or a colony and tell you the difference 2)explain the procedure of removing to you before starting the process 3)suit up in a veil, sting suit and gloves while performing the removal 4)get rid of every dead bee and every comb associated with the colony or swarm 5)talk about bee-proofingInteresting Research on Services – Things You Probably Never Knew