Removing Bees From A Residential Wall
Sorry if this has already been asked before. I searched and could not find the answer. Unfortunately, it seems as if most people suggest either killing the bees myself or having someone else do it. Ideally, I would like to relocate them, but that is not looking like it will be possible, according to the advice from this board and other online research. Leaving them there is not an option either, as they are taking over a section of the house. Truth be told, they are actually in a friend's wall, and I do not yet know if they are honeybees or yellowjacket wasps, but I have learned from this board that it is important to know which they are. I have also learned that even if we do successfully relocate them, since it is not Spring, they will die anyway because they can't rebuild outside of Spring. This info has all been gleaned, and may be incorrect. I am not an apiary genius, and although it is very interesting, am more interested in removing these guys, than knowing everything about them. If anyone could help, it would be great bee karma. I know you're all very buzzy....hahaha. Probably haven't heard that one in five minutes or so, huh? I'm a nerd. I know. Thanks for your time.