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I have some bees in the brickwork

How do I dispose of them without destroying them. 

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How many are there? Masonry bees are solitary so not much of a problem. Honeybees sometimes nest in wall cavities, but are one of the least stingy types, so you might be able to live with them.

 

Options for removal include, blowing smoke into the hole, removing a brick where you think the nest might be, mild suction.

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4 hours ago, Norbert said:

How many are there? 

I think he’s gone to count them.

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23 minutes ago, *Wallace* said:

I think he’s gone to count them.

😂😂😂

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Loads!! And I can't reach to sort them out 

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Its that time of year again.

Bees tend to nest then move on quickly.

Its wasps that cause us problems. Right stingy bar stuards. 

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