All takers welcome...I need some advice humanely removing a bee hive from my '67 Ambassador. I have 2 'approved' hives on my property so I have the bee part all set but not the 'best way to remove' part.
The bees are right under the water tank up front..the streamer is not being lived in at the moment but stores stuff.
I think i've decided that removing the under belly is the way to go...but have no earthly idea if I (alone) can accomplish extracting rivets, removing the underbelly etc..... I dont even know what size drill bit to use....so if there are any kindly words of advice I'd appreciate it.
I dont think the hive is to big to manage, but I really wont know until I open her up and see whats what...
Also what would I do after I extract the bees, comb and etc. Can anyone suggest a way to shore up the Airstream underbelly.
I have thought of just plugging up the hole and letting them die, but I just can't.. it's truly against my nature to do so....remember no bees, no food.
thanks in advance..
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