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#6453103 - 09/15/16 08:25 AM Bees in the deer blind
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We have a deer blind that is on a metal stand that sits 20 feet off the ground. The blind is wood and has an insulated floor frame. The roof over hangs the sides about 15 inches. There are bees inside the floor frame and a HUGE honey comb full of bees hanging outside the blind just under the roof eve. The honey comb is about 2 foot wide by 3 foot long and a foot thick and covered in bees. We want to save the metal stand but we don't need the blind anymore. What would you do to get rid of them?

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#6453113 - 09/15/16 08:30 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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Locate a bee keeper in the area and have them come get the hive.
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#6453157 - 09/15/16 08:51 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Pitchfork Predator]
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Originally Posted By: Pitchfork Predator
Locate a bee keeper in the area and have them come get the hive.


Yep, way too many bees for you to do it yourself.
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#6453249 - 09/15/16 09:35 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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Got the makings right there for your own bee/honey operation and setting up for ag exemption. Find a beekeeper that I'm sure would help you out on the removal as others have said

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#6453259 - 09/15/16 09:39 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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#6453261 - 09/15/16 09:40 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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Bet these folks could help locate a beekeeper near you:

http://texasbeekeepers.org/contact/
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#6453265 - 09/15/16 09:45 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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That is really sad....RIP
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#6453283 - 09/15/16 09:56 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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#6453329 - 09/15/16 10:23 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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Man I thought this said " BEERS in the blind"! Got me excited! The answer is yes, BTW.
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#6453336 - 09/15/16 10:26 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Mr. T.]
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Originally Posted By: Mr. T.
Originally Posted By: Pitchfork Predator
Locate a bee keeper in the area and have them come get the hive.


Yep, way too many bees for you to do it yourself.


Plus the location (height) is a big complication, may try the sheriffs office, many have a list of beekeepers for swarm removal. What county is this in? If am am close enough, I'd take a look.


BTW, living as they are and in good numbers, makes them likely great bees since they have proven they can survive the new threats bees face now, they would be great stock to have in an apiary as long as they arent Africanized.
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#6453351 - 09/15/16 10:37 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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Registered: 09/08/16
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You may have to forego that stand this year and hope they relocate.

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#6453353 - 09/15/16 10:38 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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Like western said be carefull that they arent killer bees!
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#6453357 - 09/15/16 10:41 AM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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Just stand below it and shake it really really hard

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#6453486 - 09/15/16 12:39 PM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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#6453565 - 09/15/16 01:24 PM Re: Bees in the deer blind [Re: Hunter Daddy]
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With only reading the header, the first and only thought that popped in my head was burn it to the ground. After reading it all same conclusion.

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