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Discussion in 'Swarms, Cut outs, and Trap outs' started by JPthebeeman, Mar 26, 2013.
Wow that was lucky finding queenie so fast, and the Chicago was good too.Thx for sharing.
This looks like it was a triple win situation: Tifffany got her bees out,:thumbsup: You got her bees in :thumbsup: and The queen was caught at the outset :thumbsup:.
Great Post!! Thanks JP.
Great video JP. :thumbsup:
It looked like you took one on your right cheek early on, and the bees seemed to favour that spot after that. No quit in you! :wink:
Another great one,thanks.
Now I picture little bees in the red light district.
Great video! Questions.
1. How many times do you get stung? Are you immune?
2. What was the strip hanging down with the bee on it?
3. How do you keep bees out of your beard?
4. Did I hear the ice cream truck?
You make it look so easy, thanks for sharing.
Enjoyed the video for sure
Please illucidate concerning the 'hand-over-nose-and-mouth-maneuver' and its significance for us mere mortals.
Enjoying all the extra sights and sounds from your new equipment and the quick time sequences too, it reveals a lot about running bees and how they do their mini-stampedes. :toocool:
First off, I appreciate your feedback! That was in fact an ice cream truck and if I wasn't mistaken I believe I saw Schawee chasing it down for yet another ice cream buffet! :lol:
I usually don't get stung more than ten times on any removal, most five or less, believe it or not.
The bees do get into my beard every now and then.
The hand over the mouth was to keep my CO2 levels from drawing them into my face after the shake. The bees were not as bad as you would think but every now and then one would commit suicide.
I'm not immune to stings but I am desensitized to a good degree from the build up of stings I get on a regular basis.
Another great video JP I have been looking at bees for 30 years but still learn and pick up tips from watching your videos. Thanks for posting.