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Bee Behavior in the Fall in California

Now that we are getting into the fall, you may be noticing that change in allergies that a lot of us are having here in sunny Southern California. With the changes in weather, we also see a change in the behavior of pests and bees in the San Diego area.

What’s interesting is that due to the warm climate that we experience throughout the fall, bees behave differently in Calfornia than they do throughout the rest of the country.

Bees in Southern California

What is different about bee populations and behaviors in San Diego and other regions of Southern California when compared to the rest of the country? If you are used to having bees around your house and your property, you may have noticed that your bee population is growing, and not shrinking.

Throughout the rest of the country, bee populations are diminishing as the cold weather rolls in, our region has a bit of a different story. With the falls in Southern California staying relatively warm, you may have noticed that bee populations in your area are growing. Since temperatures are staying warm, but not too hot, this is often an ideal time for bees to breed.

With that, you may be noticing a growth in the number of bees you are seeing in your trees, around your lawn, and throughout your property through the rest of the fall and even the beginning of the winter.

What Can I Do?

Though honey bees are in some way vital to the survival and growth of many of the species on the planet, bees aren’t always the most welcome visitors. If you know or think that you or anyone in your family may have a bee allergy, this can be quite scary. Don’t let a growing bee population in your area be a threat to you and your family, and keep you from enjoying the beautiful fall weather in San Diego.

If you believe that you have a bee infestation, call the pest control experts at Pinpoint Pest Control today.

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