I've been working with bees for 20 years.
Unfortunately there is no licensing for honeybees.
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Hi Tim I'm not sure the spraying had anything to do with the 'attacks'. The temperament of a hive does change over time. It's affected by the weather, time of year, strength of the hive, queenlessness
Hi Ernest I think you might be able to gather up the nest, put it into a suitable wooden or cardboard box and take it outside. However I think if you leave it where it is the problem will resolve
Hi Jayson I'm sorry to say I'm not aware of any materials which bees reject. I remove bees from many different places, plastic valve boxes, wooden boxes, inside stucco walls. I would find it very hard
It sounds as though there might be a swarm nearby which is sending out scout bees looking for their new location. If the bees are actually going inside the house I would recommend that you block the holes
The hive will probably increase in size, although not so much that it will fill the box completely. I would suggest that you, or someone you hire, should move this colony into a regular hive box so that