Colorado Honeybee Rescue can remove a hive in a tree only if it will not compromise the tree. Unless of course we are allowed to take down the tree. Some hives have large enough entrances to allow access to the comb but most do not, so if it will not cause harm to the tree we can widen the hole or take the branch that the bees are in. If the hive is in a fallen tree branch or a cut down tree we will just haul off the branch.
If the beehive can not be removed and it is not bothering anyone it should be left alone. If the bees flight path is over everyones heads then the bees will leave people alone. If the bees can not be lived with we can try and save as many as possible and seal up the hive. Honeybees are meant to live in trees so we highly recommend just leaving them bee. For more information just give us a ring.