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hatrabbit
Huntington Beach, CA

July 4, 2008
11:04 PM

Post #5205050

Hello all... yesterday I came home to a swarm of bees coming down my chimney into my house. I could hear thousands of them up there, so I made a smoky fire to make them want to leave. They went back out the chimney top, but are now in a huge mound (3 feet across) on the outside of my stucco chimney. They are totally non aggressive, I didn't recieve one sting when surrounded by them in the house. To my untrained eye they look like the honey bee type, not wasp or yellow jacket. How can I convince them to go somewhere else?
dave719
Humansville, MO
(Zone 6a)

July 4, 2008
11:46 PM

Post #5205214

Call the local Bee keepers group they may have a web site even most often some one will come get the bees for you

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