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Bee Season is here! (Learn how to deal with it)

So spring arrived, the flowers blossom and everything is sunny and shinny in these days. The perfect time for our black & yellow friends to do what they’re best known for: make the world go around.

 

By this time, you must have seen a lot of bees in a daily basis. This is normal. The season invites bees to fly around,  visit flower after flower and, of course, build their hives.

 

For the next three to four months, you’re probably going to be sharing with bees more than a special taste for honey. This is the time when bees look for cozy and warm places to construct their homes (whether you like it or not).

 

Alright, we get it: it’s definitely not the best case scenario to share so much of your space with a Beehive in your roof, your attic or basement.But it’s also not in the planet (and yours) best interest to try to get rid of bees in a toxic or harmful way. By this moment, we are completely aware of the great job bees do on earth. And as busy as they are, trust us, they do not want to be bothered.

 

So, what if you are a bee lover and you find a big beehive in your roof?

 

1.- Be smart.

Don’t try to harm them, don’t wave objects near them in a useless effort to chase them away. Be smart, grab your smartphone and search for a qualified expert to deal with this situation.

 

2.- Let Them Bee

Once you look for an expert to take care of this situation, be sure to contact people who can deal with this situation in harmless and ethical way – and yes, someone who can do the work ASAP-.

 

So you now know the do’s & dont’s for this bee season. Who you’re gonna call when you a hive?

Call the experts in DELPA Bee Removal and #LetThemBee

 

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