Bee removal calls slow down in winter sometime. I have been doing some here and there, ones that needed to be removed because the customer could not wait until spring. Its best at some point to just let them winter where they are, then remove them come spring. I don't post pics of every one I do, they're too many.
BTW, I do happen to have one in my truck right now that I picked up yesterday evening in a ladie's plant pot.
I must have dislexya, I thought at first it read pot plant. Which would have made the laid back and care free. Which rises the question: Do bees smoked with pot get high?