I didn’t want to kill the bees in my residence, I just wanted them rehomed

I recently found a ton of bees in the wall upstairs in our residence a couple of weeks ago. It was actually extremely disconcerting to think that there was a monster beehive right next to me in the wall of the upstairs bathroom. This truly was something that I had never even heard of happening before, so it was a large shock to me when I heard a bunch of buzzing and then I observed something that I never had before. There was moisture coming down the wall that I had never seen… When I was trying to figure out where it was originating from, I observed numerous bees outside the bathroom window. They didn’t seem to be wasps or yellow jackets, so at least that was consoling. I was pretty sure that they were honey bees, and so at least I didn’t panic, but as I stood there watching them to see where they were going, I easily realized that there were more and more bees flying all around outside of our upper story window! That could only mean one thing. I slowly put my ear against the wall next to where I saw the bees flying in and out and that’s when I heard the humming noises. I had chalked that sound up to the Heating and Air Conditioning machine running in the past, but now I realized it for what it actually was. It was a monster beehive right there inside our bathroom wall. I wasn’t unquestionably sure what to do after that, so I looked up residential bee removal online. I decided to call up a bee eradication and rescue service to come and take away the bees because I didn’t want to kill them if they happened to be honeybees.

Beekeeping and honey