The roof of the Omni has just become home to swarms of rescued honeybees.
It’s been a busy summer for those in the bee business. The owner of Bee Safe Bee & Wasp Removal said, “This is a year that we’ve had more business than we’ve had in our last 20 years.”
It seems every year, around this time you hear about someone being seriously injured or killed after being attacked by killer bees. According to entomologists, the bees will attack if they feel it’s necessary to defend their territory.
The lack of honey bees is causing a lot of concern in Texas and worldwide, as bee colonies continue to die off at an alarming rate.
Some thieves might truly have sticky fingers after a 500-pound beehive was swiped from a garden outside a Texas restaurant.