Honey Bee Rescuers

Our Mission Is To Humanely Remove And Relocate Honey Bees Without Taking A Bee Extermination Approach.

Bee Species

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Honey Bee Removal

The honey bee is a widespread flying insect known for collecting nectar from flowers and producing honey. Honey bees are mustard yellow and brown in color. They have a stocky body with a lot of hairs on it that pollen sticks to. The primary commercial value of the honey bee is as a crop pollinator. The pollinate of a billion dollars worth of crop every year!

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Bumble Bee Removal

The Bumblebee is a social insect known for collecting nectar from flowers and pollinating plants. Bumblebees are big yellow and black flying insects that make a distinctive buzzing sound. Bumblebees come in a variety of colors, and some species have bands of red, yellow, and black. They have a stocky body with a lot of hairs on it that pollen sticks to.

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Carpenter Bee Removal

Carpenter bees are bulky black and yellow insects that measure about an inch in length. They look like bumblebees, but their abdomen (back end) is black and shiny instead of the yellow hairs that bumblebees have. Females can sting, but only when provoked. The males are unable to sting. Females have a black face, and males have a yellow face.

Africanized Honey Bee Removal

The Africanized Honey Bee is a cross between a European Honey Bee subspecies and an African Honey Bee subspecies.

The Africanized Honey Bee, also known as the “killer” bee, resembles the European Honey Bee in appearance, but is generally smaller. 

Lower Classifications Of Honey Bees

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Western Honey Bee

Apis Cerana Japonica

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Apis Dorsata

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Apis Cerana

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Apis Florea

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Apis Andreniformis

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Apis Koschevnikovi

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Apis Nigrocincta

HONEY BEE RELOCATION SPECIALISTS

Experience Honey Bee Rescuers

Stinging Insects, will they leave on their own?  This is a popular question among many of our clients on social media.  The answer is eventually…maybe and maybe not.  You got to remember – your house is a great location…plenty of food sources, shade, shelter, good roof to keep things dry, and it’s a wonderful place to grow a hive.  Why would any bee want to leave?

So, here’s the deal.  You are not collecting rent from these insects – so it might be time to evict them. You know, waiting for bees to leave is subjecting the property to significant and expensive damage. Larger bee hives can get so heavy that ceiling and walls eventually cave in. Seeping wax and honey will absorb into walls resulting in odors and will attract other nuisance wildlife species. 

So, call us to relocate those unwanted house guests, quickly and humanely removal them. We will take the entire bee hive far away from your home and relocate them into the wild.  (i.e. so far from your home…they might not be able to ever find it again.)

Bee Hive Clean up

When it comes to bee infestations, there are many dangers and hazards that are presented with each bee species. Honey bees are notorious for constructing nests in attics and attracting wildlife looking for their honey. Carpenter bees are a bigger threat because their wood tunneling habits can cause thousands of dollars in structural damage. With each stinging insect, the list goes on and on. Our pre-qualified specialists are experts in dealing with and cleaning up biological matter to make sure your home is a safe risk-free environment.

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