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With summer coming we will have bees in the yard and the house. Reach for the hairspray, the hairspray will stiffen their wings, immobilizing them so you can easily remove them from the house.
Please, before you do harm to the bees, consider how benefical they are to our enviroment. My uncle has bee hives and he rents these hives out to orchards and berry farms. Every year, he finds more and more of his hives dying off. If we don't have bees, we won't have fruit and vegatables, they rely on cross pollination. Put a jar over them and put a piece of paper under the jar and the bee will fly into the jar and you can put it outside. You have to think of our childrens future and without bees we will have nothing. I beg of everyone to think before they destroy these wonderful creatures. Every bee, from a hive has a special job to do.
Thanks for the handy tip
I was upset to read this tip. I regard bees as industrious, hard-working providers unlike pesky wasps. Surely you can find a more humane way to remove bees from your home.
We rely so heavily on bees for cross-polination. Are you aware that more than 60% of all bees in hives have been wiped out recently, and no one knows why? To render one incapable of properly flying may be to render harm to our environment.