The honey bee hive needed to be relocated

My friends and I took the dirt bikes and ATVs out into the woods on saturday.

There was some mud on the ground from the previous day and we were having loads of fun spreading it all over each other.

We rode around 4 hours before we stopped to smoke a joint. We were still in the woods where no one would be able to see us smoking weed. Jack lit up a joint and the four of us started smoking. I heard a strange buzzing sound in my ear. There was a honey bee on the branch next to me. I moved away from that area where the honey bee was sitting. I didn’t want to bother it or try to remove it. Honey bees are a very important part of our ecosystem and they are endangered. We sat in the woods for 10 or 15 minutes while we smoked the joint. I heard a different buzzing sound and it was very faint and low. I followed the sound of the buzzing all the way to a log on the ground that was covered with honey bees. I’ve never seen so many honey bees in one place. There must have been millions of honey bees inside of this dead tree trunk. I wanted to look closely inside of the log to see if there was a honeycomb, but I was afraid to get stung. When we finally got back to the house, I told my mom about the honey bees. She suggested that we call a bee removal service to have the nest relocated to a place that was safe.


Honey bee rescue