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Swarm removal

Do Not Attempt to Remove Bees Yourself Unless You Are an Experienced Beekeeper.


Thank you for your interest in saving honey bees and other pollinators.

Swarming is an instinctive part of the annual life cycle of a honey bee colony. It provides a mechanism for the colony to reproduce itself. Honey bees in a swarm are generally gentle and not inclined to sting or attack unless threatened. They will usually leave on their own within a day or two for a permanent home.


If you have an accessible colony of honey bees that has permanently settled and you are anxious to have it removed, use the link below to be sure they are Apis Mellifera. Take a clear picture of the bees and call us! We will be able to re-locate the bees. This is a free service.


Honey bees living within structures require specialized services to clean up honey and wax, open and repair the structure, and remove the bees.

Before you call please determine whether your "bees" are, in fact, honey bees. 

Bumblebees, carpenter bees, mason bees, wasps, hornets and yellow jackets are important pollinators. We, unfortunately, do not have the expertise or availability to assist with their removal.

Honey bee nests are generally hidden and accessible to the bees by a small hole or opening.

Helpful Bee Identification

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