Every day is buzzing with danger for one Brooklyn man. He is a beekeeper who specializes in removing swarms and hives.
Bees buzz, sting and terrify, and they don’t care if they live in a tree, a country barn, or the walls of a New York City apartment.
A huge colony of bees caused quite a fright for one family in Wallkill, New York.
Zev Oster is using two hives of honeybees to pollinate a bunch of blueberry plants, but so far the only thing he’s harvested on the old horse pasture he bought in January are violations from the Village of Montebello.
An expert called to find the source of a loud, buzzing noise found about 40,000 bees in the Flushing home.
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Park-goers were concerned on Friday when police in masks sprayed an unknown substance on bushes bordering the Sol Bloom playground on 92nd Street.
Police said the incident happened at around 5:30 p.m. at a home on Post House Road in Harding Township.
A swarm of bees took over a tree in East Harlem Wednesday afternoon, putting so much weight on one branch that it broke off.
Police officers and beekeepers were dispatched to a block of West 72nd Street Monday afternoon, after a large swarm of bees took over a tree.
The NYPD rounded up thousands of bees that flew from their hive atop a Queens home Wednesday.
“I didn’t know what to do. My caddie told me to run, so I start running like a crazy guy, but the hornets were still there, so the other players told me to jump in the lake,” Pablo Larrazabal said.
Bernards Police Capt. Edward Byrnes said the truck was transporting between 30,000 and 50,000 bees from Florida to Maine at the time of the incident.
The bees apparently belong to a restaurant owner, who was a beekeeper in China. They were kept in a 20×20 space in his Corona driveway on 111th Street.
There was something brand new for a hive and for a bishop today in Manhattan, WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb reported.