Ask a beekeeper to collect it.
Yes moth balls are a proven way of deterring bees. Hang a few moth balls in a nylon stocking near the bee hive in order to get rid of them.
Set fire to the filing cabinet
i heard a thing about vinegar in a bowl that my help Answer for bee hive You need to locate the bee hive and destroy it at night when the bees will all be in the hive. I would call a professional if it is a large hive.
The best way to get rid of bee hives under a deck or anywhere is to spray the whole hive and area with dish soap or laundry detergent. The soap will coat their wings and they will not be able to fly and it will clog their thorax which is how they breathe.
Get inside a bee suit and carry the hive far far away.
You can hit it with your boomerang or slingshot. If you hit it with your sword they attack you.
Many people will come and take the bees for nothing. A bee hive is valuable.
Bees can defecate just like any other animal. They usually do it while flying and won't do it in the hive unless they are ill.
The Yellow Jackets are likely after the Celotex insulation under the siding. This is a common problem, but it requires the help of a professional exterminator to really eliminate them.
We don't get rid of bee hives, we call a local bee club. They will come get them for free and maybe give you honey in trade. Bee hives have a great value beyond honey, its called pollination. A bee hive is not a swarm. A hive contains brood, honey, drones, workers and a queen, etc... A swarm is a group of bees and a queen looking for a new home. They are very easy to deal with and are a valuable asset to any beekeeper! So what ever the case, CALL A LOCAL BEEKEEPER! Keep the bees and don't pollute the honey with chemicals.
if you mean virtual villagers 3 first you make a fire than have one of your villagers get a burned out torch by the bee hive
Contacting professional colony-removers is the way to rid ground cover of an underlying bee hive. The insects in question number among an environment's beneficial arthropods, be they located above, on, or under the ground. So their removal needs to be conducted by experienced professionals, during inactive hours in bee schedules, such as before 10:00 a.m. and subsequent to 3:00 p.m., and with head-to-toe personal protective equipment.
The only true way to stop this is to get rid of the hive. This can be dangerous though so it is safer to set up repellents around the house.
You need to hire a professional Bee Removal Company. I actually had this problem. A man came to my home. Suited up in protective gear. He first had to break through the wall. Then after killing the swarming "Live" Bees he then had to Remove The Hive. Which, by the way, was massive. There is always a hive. Once I got over the shock of the SIZE of this hive...the rest of this was really not a big deal to handle. Good Luck!
The first thing you should do is use bug spray to get all of the bees to fall and not move.Next,Get a large shovell and knock the hive down.Then,get gloves.Finally,use your gloves and burry the hive so other pest can't find it.;)
Call in a professional beekeeper or apiarist Smoke usually works great with bee's, your chances of getting stung are very slim, although I don't incourage you to do so. Removing a bee's hive/nest must be done by a professional who as studied the aggressive behavior of a bee.
Do not put salt in the beehive. You are likely to get stung! It is important to get a proffessional to take the bees away. They will re-locate them to somewhere more apropriat and if they are honey bees, they will be added to another honey bee hive. Type in 'Pest Control' or 'Renterkeeper' and many professionals will come up and be happy to help you.
Use smoke to make the bees sleepy, then go inside the hive, and find the queen bee. Move her to a location away from your home, but near enough the other bees can find her They will scent her, once they come out of the smoke induced grogginess and rebuild her a hive where she is. If you wish to commit suicide that is one of the best ways. Phone a local beekeeper he will be glad of the bees.
They don't eat wood, they eat insects, you may want to check your siding for wood boring insects
find the entrace to the nest then put boric acid aka roach powder from the dollar store at night they carry it into nest and wipe it out
A beekeeper will try to remove a wild hive (from a tree, or a hole in the ground) by moving the brood (the bee eggs and larvae) and the queen bee into a portable box hive. Foraging bees will return to the box if it is left beside the old hive, and so long as the queen was moved into the new hive. After nightfall, when all the bees have returned, the hive can be sealed up and taken away. Of course, the position of the wild hive will determine the difficulty of the whole operation. I had a swarm set up their home inside the double brick wall of my house. A beekeeper set up a new hive outside with a new queen, and an inverted funnel on my wall. The funnel allowed the bees to come out of the wall, but they were unable to find their way back in, so they went into the new hive and adopted the new queen. Eventually (some weeks), all the bees emerged from my wall and into the new hive. The old queen probably did not survive, as there were no bees returning with nectar to make new honey.
type in bee swatter then hold the swatter. go to the bee, touch it. it will ask you if you want to ittract or attack. choose attack. I did this twice and got rid of the bee. good luck!
If it is a hive - rather than a nest - then just contact your local beekeeper association (find via the BBKA website). It will need to be moved at least 3 miles from its present location or bees will return to wherever it is currently. If it is actually a bee swarm or nest then contact a swarm co-ordinator in your area (again check the BBKA website to find them). They will be able to check the type of bee and advise or act accordingly.