You are too funny Annette! Thanks for being patient. So I'm up on the ladder with the bees, I had popped the eave downward to access the hive, a big one, and noticed on the corner to my left, this hole with nesting material from I guessed a squirell or a rat. I mentioned this to the manager lady, how they would need to do repairs on the corner because there was or is something living there.
Later on, I heard some people, two ladies and a guy, making a fuss over all the bees they were seeing, going on and on at the size of the colony, they were amazed.
A little later I hear this noise to my left, then a Mother squirrel jumps from the eave twenty feet down to the parking lot with a baby squirrel in her mouth. I ran down the ladder chasing them to see if that little one was alright, cause it looked motionless...she proceeds to run up an oak tree with the baby to a nest.
I took a break at this point and had something to drink, as it was very hot outside. Well, a short time later, I hear those ladies yelling and screaming that someone needs to save "him". It went something like this, "Oh Lordie don't let him fall, get a ladder and help him, oh ma gawd, oh ma gawd, someboddy help him!"
Of course my ladder was right there, so I ran over and ran up the ladder and grabbed the other baby that momma squirrel didn't bring down. The baby had been on the very edge of the eave, about to fall, and blind. I placed the other baby in a cardboard box with soft towels and placed it by the oak tree, but even after a couple of hrs, momma squirrel hadn't come down to claim her baby. I grew worried so I called a friend, who came over and got the squirrel. He knew someone who could help nurse the squirrel. etc...
Well, after a few days I called my buddy to check on the little squirrel and he said his girlfiend said that they could not part with him, so to this day they have a new family member named Taz, short for Tasmanian devil. I visited my friend the other day and saw Taz for the first time since the removal, its been about 5 months and he's grown and very friendly, and hyper, he climbs on you and over you like you're a tree. Btw, two days after he took Taz in the little fellow opened his eyes, the rest is history.