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Bees are very territorial, I don't think there would be two nests in one tree. Especially different types of bees. One Queen one nest. but there may be two ways into the nest. I would call the local honey farm first... they have ways. The last resort would be to kill the nest, bees are good. Honey is good. Pollination is good.
Originally posted by VIKINGANT
Thanks for that. I might have to plug the hole at the bottom. Now to do it without a sting...
I dont want to get rid of the tree. I like it. It is pretty solid and there are no branches left on it so it is safe in that regard. Like I said. I am not sure if it is hollow all the way or if there are 2 nests. Top and bottom.
"If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man," - Albert Einstein.