America is losing our bee population, we will always recommend the safe humane relocation of honeybees from populated areas due to the environmental and economical benefits honey bees provide the USDA has a wonderful article that will definitely encourage you to save the bees.
No, Bees are a very vital part of society, all 20,000 species especially our diet and nutrition due to the number of crops pollinated by bees as highlighted in this blog by Greenpeace, it's simple. without honeybees, we lose a lot of variety of food.
This is probably the greatest question and the most honest, the professionals at BeeDoctor do not recommend you attempt the removal of the honey bee nest, save the money on a hospital visit and contact a professional live bee removal specialist.
Yes, we are beekeepers first and foremost. All of BeeDoctor Bee Removals' jobs are kept in-house where we domesticate the bees and utilize them for pollination and honey production.
Any legitimate and responsible Bee Removal company will carry liability insurance for themselves and workers' compensation insurance for employees.
If you cannot verify where the bees will end up, and who will be taking care of them. This is a huge red flag that the honeybees may be removed from your property alive but not relocated to legal bee yards alive.
NO Bee Removal Company should be giving feral bees away.
No, Honeybees are not native to North America. therefore they are not protected from extermination, due to their economic importance
Please, leave the sugar syrup feeding to us beekeepers, if you REALLY want to help us... take a break from mowing every now and then and let a "weed" bloom.
You have a multitude of reasons the bees could have chosen your home, but accessibility to the structure is what allowed them to stay. proper yearly maintenance can prevent bee infestation.
Extermination may be a more cost-effective route. however, it has been our experience that the bees will simply return.
Wasps and Hornets are members of Hymenoptera, which makes them cousins of honeybees and very effective pollinators.
Yes. Non-native plants support our pollinators. sustaining blooming plants in your landscape will preserve the pollinator population
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