[ocba] [Fwd: Bee Removal in Hillsborough]
soggydollarbar at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 11 22:58:22 EDT 2008
I have never assisted with this sort of thing, but would love to help a more seasoned beekeeper. My home # is 732-5650. I have a nuk that needs bees if that would be of any help. Call me if I can come along, janeJane Flannelly Hillsborough,North Carolina soggydollarbar at hotmail.com
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 14:05:33 -0400From: beckyalis at gmail.comTo: ocba at lists.ibiblio.orgSubject: [ocba] [Fwd: Bee Removal in Hillsborough]Let me know if you can help him out.Thanks,Becky --Forwarded Message Attachment--Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 10:13:55 -0700From: joby1022 at yahoo.comSubject: Bee Removal in HillsboroughTo: beckyalis at gmail.comHello there! My name is Joby Edmonds and I'm contacting you for someone who is without email access. My neighbor has what appears to be a swarm of honey bees in a tree near his home. I did a little "google action" and found your website. The area is easily accessible by vehicle and is in a safe place. We are located on Firefly Ridge Rd. in Hillsborough which is off of Palmers Grove Church Road. The bees are in a small 5" dia. tree about 30 feet up. I have been told by the land owner that he will "gently" cut down the tree to facilitate their removal. As for the method you prefer, I will leave that up to you and the man that owns the land and resides there. His name is Ken Cook and his home telephone # is (919)-644-8371. Mr. Cook is an extremely easy going and pleasant man. Thanks in advance for your help and direction. Best, Joby Edmonds
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