I need some help from the experts. I was talking to our City parks and Receration supervisor and he said they have several trees wtih bee hives in them. He said last year the mower guys got stung numerous times every time they mowed around the tree. He said they were going to "gas" them. I told him to give me a chance to get them out and he said ok. I told him I needed to to wait until it got warmer, only in the 30s and that was ok. So the question is, is there anyway to get the bees out of the trees without cutting the tree down? I cant cut or kill the tree.