Live Honey Bee Removal
Honey Bee combs are protected and must not be destroyed in the same way as a wasp nest might be. Instead, bees must be handled by a registered beekeeper, who will be able to remove the bees in a humane way.
Honey Bee Swarms
Honey bees often appear in swarms, a natural process where the old queen will leave the hive with some of the old bees. They will then hang in a cluster until the scout bees decide on their new home. This can appear incredibly daunting, seeing so many hundreds, if not thousands, of bees. These large swarms can really stand out. But, they are not out intending to harm anybody, they’re simply looking for their new home.
Most swarms often occur on warm sunny days between May and July. An experienced beekeeper will be able to offer advice on how to remove the swarm from your property and will be able to safely handle the relocation of these bees, to a more suitable premises where they will be able to thrive and continue to produce delicious honey.
What To Do If You Have Honey Bees?
Give us a call. We’re on hand to safely remove and relocate your honey bees, from wherever they might have settled including buildings, chimneys and even on trees, moving them instead to farms where they’ll be able to live peacefully.