The Bartlett Bee Whisperer shared their experience with the bees on social media. They were forced to remove the bricks from the side of the home in order to move the bees.
He’s had his fair share of buzzing jobs, but the one in Germantown last week was a sticky job to say the least.
Glover removed more than 30,000 honeybees from the side of a house, and it took him nearly five hours to get the job done.
"About three times my size side to side,” Glover said. Glover posted video along with pictures of the honey comb on his Facebook page.
The beekeeper said they don’t usually remove bricks unless they have to, but the homeowner was more than glad to have the honeycomb removed.
"My goal isn’t just to get paid to take bees out of houses, but to actually relocate a colony and put them back into agriculture,” Glover said.
The bees are now living in Glover’s backyard until he finds a more permanent and suitable home for them.