If you are certain you have bees (please confirm with binoculars that what you're seeing are not other insects), you can contact The Flippin Lyme Foundation to come out and 'Cut Out' your hives of bees. We have two Bee Vacuums to collect the bees. They become part of our beekeeping operation and may end up in the home of a needy patient.
We do charge for extractions. Set up is $40, Mobilization time is $15/hour plus $1/mile round trip travel. Extraction time is $20/hour for one person. Most extractions take 4 to 10 hours to remove bees. This is for single level, overhead hives. Second level may be additional.
Please email us with photos and video of your bees to FlippinLyme@gmail.com
The most exciting thing about How to Survive a Plague is how new it is. As was the case for the list of LGBT culture documentaries from last week, there is a sense here that the best LGBT films remain ahead of us. David France’s debut feature is a triumph of what Shola Lynch has called “historical verite,” the crafting of a narrative out of archival footage. As a history of ACT UP it is peerless and as a portrait of heroism it is among the best of nonfiction cinema in general.
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