Bee Swarms Moving Into Foreclosed, Abandoned Properties
The growing number of homes and commercial buildings left vacant through foreclosure is contributing to the problem of bee swarms. When residents of a home or office building move out, leaving the space empty, enterprising swarms of bees can move in quickly and undetected, creating a public safety concern and damaging the structure. Each swarm can contain up to 30,000 bees, so you can see how the problem can get out of hand very quickly.
Heavier than usual rains that fell throughout Southern California this winter have resulted in abundant blooming of flowers this spring, which also contributes to increased bee populations. The combination of so many vacant properties and more blooming flowers figures to keep Pro Pacific Bee Removal busy this spring and summer.