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Come out, come out where ever you are!

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Jan 04, 2019

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Well folks, here's the first Studio Bees Productions posting for 2019, and I could not think of a better way of starting the new year of bee wrangling adventures than by sharing the spotlight with everyones favorite Wreck It Ralph. Todays adventure finds us revisiting a trailer we had removed bees from back in June of 2017. It was a massive hive, with a tremendous amount of comb, honey, and bees, as well as the largest number of robber bees I have ever experienced. I will include a link to that video at the end of this description.

As this video was shot in early September, our Louisiana Summer was waining, and our temperature for the day was in the upper 70's, quite a change from the previous weeks when temps were in the high 90's. It was an over cast day, which generally makes working bees not the ideal time, but we were there to remove the bees, and as it turned out, the bees were very gentle.

Now you know that I don't like to give away to much of what's going to happen in the video, but I have to give a little bit of a tease. The queen capture was one of the best ones of last year. Ralph did some expert videoing, and captured some great footage, I know you will all appreciate it.

One last thing, at the start, I mentioned about the largest number of robber bees I had seen. Because of this fact, I decided to place a few swarm traps on the property, and if you watch all the way to the very end of the video, you will see the rewards of that thinking.

Alright, enough of the preliminaries. Let's get the new year of wrangling started. Grab your morning cup of sweetness, and hit the start button. God's peace to all. Mr. Ed /watch?v=57OAov2BsP8