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African Honey Bee removal
The African Honey Bee is less discriminating than the European Honey Bee about where to build their nests. If you see bee activity on your property and suspect an infestation, here are the most common spots to look out for killer bees: eaves, soffits, in and around chimneys, roof vents, gutters, water meters, cinder blocks, bird houses, BBQ grills, flower pots, wood piles, wheel barrows, empty containers and barrels. Africanized honey bees will build a home in most any open space. They can be almost anywhere. The European honey bee looks for a more protected place from the elements and predators
How did they get here?
Africanized honey bees, or the killer bees that they are widely known as, are hybrid species of the African bees. It was hybridized by crossbreeding African bees with European bees in South America. The presence of Africanized bees in the United States was first recorded in the 1990s, from Texas. Since then, they have spread to many other states in southwestern United States. Though they were hybridized with the sole intention of boosting honey production, it didn't quite go as planned. The overly aggressive Africanized species started attacking the European honey bees and taking over their hives, thus, doing more harm than good to the honey production sector.
Read more at Buzzle: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/invasive-animal-species-in-the-united-states.html