When Honey Bees Invade Your Home - The Bee Extraction
Honey Bees can wreak havoc when they build their colony in your home. They can enter your home through the tiniest crack or hole and go unnoticed for quite some time. Due to Federal and State laws protecting these pollinators, most pesticide companies refuse to get involved. Additionally, a full colony removal from a structure is much more complicated than simply spraying a poison, which is definitely not ideal. invade your home and set up their home in your walls.Read More
Types of Bees
The Queen keeps everything working in the hive. When fertile she can lay up to 1,500 eggs per day. She releases certain pheromones that have incredible effects on the rest of the colony. Her pheromones give the bees something to work for and makes the colony whole.
The drone is the only male bee in the hive. He roams around the hive indulging himself in the resources his female workers have created. His only job is to fly to a congregation area and mate with the queens in the area. Once he has mated he dies. He is the only bee in the hive with no stinger.
The worker bees are all female. They are the main workers of the hive and have huge responsibilities. They take care of the queen, protect the hive and forage for resources such as pollen and nectar. The workers are also responsible for hive maintenance and cleanliness and they also make the honey.
Interesting Facts About The Honey Bee
Honey Bees must visit approximately 2 million flowers to produce just 1 pound of honey!
The Queen can lay up to 1,500 eggs per day!
Role of the QueenThe Queen produces pheromones that stimulate and regulate the entire colony of workers into foraging, comb building and brood rearing.
He has no stinger and does no work in the hive. His only job is to mate with the Queen.