Several buildings within the apartment complex in which I live have been invaded by honey bees. These bees have constructed rather large colonies within the walls - and this causes a problem: If you simply kill the bees, the combs remain filled with honey, which slowly begins to rot. The smell from this is something that is virtually impossible to remove, apparently. The solution? Set up a bee box, place special covers for the opening on the wall into their nest which only allows bees to get out, not in, and get a queen in that box! The colony will eventually migrate from within the walls into the box, a local beekeeper removes the box, and the honey that was in there is moved with the bees, apparently. It is pretty interesting to stand so close to a colony of bees and have them swarm around you, all with the comfort of knowing that they are too busy to bother with a silly human. These pictures are not the best, but I think they illustrate the concept. It also illustrates that I need to get a macro lens. The red liquid is the blood from hundreds of kittens bred locally and drained with dignity. Or it is colored sugar water. I am not certain which one it is.