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My granddaughter has them in the space above her window, she is in a student house, on her own, as her house mates have gone home for the summer, ( she has to stay to work) they are driving her bonkers in the night buzzing like crazy also they are eating the wall( they are called masonry bees and unless moved will cause structural damage, she has told the landlord who isn't doing anything at the moment, she is moving out in July, if he doesn't do something soon it will be a massive job, but apart from the noise they aren't worrying her, just distracting when you have essays to do.
Bees have made a nest in the bird box on my garage wall. I just love watching them coming and going from my kitchen window. They are not doing anyone any harm and they will go when they are ready to.
You need a beekeeper who will come and remove them, www.beekeepers/swarm n your local beekeepers will pop up
Just take a spade to it; a couple of swift sharp thwacks should see the job done. Failing that, light a copy of the Daily Sport underneath the nest and smoke them out. Make sure you have your runner’s on though as they can get pretty nasty if threatened. Hope that helps
if you have a photo of the bees my sons a bee keeper and has been to houses this week and explained what bees they have. 2 where bumblebees and one where honey. feel free to pm me and my son will always come around and give free advise. Lee Steven Allan Fairhurst
Winnie the Pooh will
Are they bumble bee looking? If so can u leave them as they will die off June, Julyish? If no issues then keep an eye on where they t entering & once gone seal any entrance holes. 😃
If there are no bees we have no crop pollination and basically we will all starve. Please leave them alone or ask a bee keeper to remove them safely. Please don’t destroy them
Bees are protected they wont remove them, they will go away soon enough or some a bee keeper may come and get them
Leave it where it is if you can.
A bee keeper should move it for you but they will possibly charge.
Me too. They appear to have a nest in my soffits 🙄
We had one last year. Just leave it and they will go,away.
I had this 2 years ago.council woukd not move them.they were there bout 3 months.then went.wen they go seal the hole up.or thell b bak next year
No one will move them, they will move away themselves soon, I had the same problem
Look on bury council web page there's pest control on there. Also just because it's removed doesn't mean it will be destroyed, a good service can relocate bees nests......before everyone kicking off...
Bury Council will do it for you for s cost , i believe