How do you get rid of bees around?
Bug Away or Bug Spray
What are very small bees that swarm around the surface of a sand box and how do you get rid of them?
How do you you get rid of honey bees that are under your deck which is about four inches above a concrete slab?
How do you get rid of a colony of bumble bees nesting under your cement stairs without having the bees come in the house?
To get rid of borer bees or carpenter bees, there a few things you can do, including using an insecticidal dust or spray and closing off holes in wood through which bees gain entrance. For a severe infestation, an exterminator may be necessary. Carpenter bees burrow into wood of a structure like a porch. They build tunnels in wood to set up their nest.
Is it necessary to get rid of a bee's nest if you can patch up the entrance after you rid the bees from the walls or can the honey still attract bees thourgh some other opening?
If you need to get rid of sand bees in a sand box where children play, do not use pesticides or chemical methods, as you risk affecting your children. One natural way of getting rid of them is to offer them another place to burrow. For example, try putting a piece of wood with pre-bored holes on a long handle in the box. After all the bees migrate, move them.
In order to get rid of a ground nesting bee hole, it's important to create an environment the insects don't like. The bees are attracted to dry land, so watering the yard and nest will be beneficial in getting them to leave. Insecticides should be avoided since bees populations are decreasing around the world.
Be sure they are bees first! Bees have fat round bodies with golden color to the body and circular dark stripes. If this is the case then call a beekeeper and they will use their smoke cans to stun the bees so they can take them away along with the hive (if at all possible.) Bees are becoming almost extinct in the U.S. and Canada and beekeepers are finding hives full of dead bees. Save…
Bees need water to cool their home. They also add it to the honey.Bees go to the closest water. If your fountain is the closest water source, then the bees need more water sources. Put in a few more water sources and encourage the neighbors to do the same. It's nature and we people are in their backyard. If you don't want bees in your fountain drain the water and put a plant in it.
Raid, lots and lots of raid. See link below. Note this quote from that link. "Before you do anything about removing bees or removing bee nests, you should first attempt to contact a local beekeeper. There is a good chance they will get rid of your bees for free. Why? Because in the last few years wild honey bee populations have dwindled down to almost 3% of their estimated original population. Before resorting to bee…