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Bee Removal Fort Worth Tx

IRescueBees is now servicing your area with Bee Removal Fort Worth Tx

Let Danny know you saw him on IRescueBees

Your local

IRescueBees

associate is

Danny Hill

( 817 ) 819 - 6475

drhil73@gmail.com

Bee Removal Fort Worth Tx

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Our associates are dedicated to the live removal and relocation of honey bees. This is a professional service.

When honey bees show up in your yard like the pictures above it is called a swarm.

A swarm is the honey bees way of propagation. The mother queen leaves half the workers and the virgins at home and goes looking for a new place to colonize.

A swarm in your yard means that they are most likely looking to move into your house. Have your local IRescueBees associate remove them promptly.

Most often Honey bees will move in without notice. That is  fine because your local IRescueBees associate can remove a colony also.

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We capture the queen and most of the workers. We also remove all the comb and take it all to a safe location and rebuild their colony.

It does take a lot of work and time. Considering that the honey bees are very close to being listed as endangered, we believe it is worth it.

How can you tell if you have a colony living in your house?

They do not always move into your house. Bees will colonize any cavity they like. Your house has plenty, your barn, shed, hot tub, a chuck wagon or even your water shut off valve.

If you see bees flying in and out of a hole or crack then you probly have them living with you. Call you local IRescueBees associate with your bee issues.

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Bee Removal Fort Worth Tx

Did You know?

Honey bees are the only insect that produces food and medicine for humans.

Every third bite of food is the direct result of honey bee behavior.

The Queen bee can lay two thousand eggs a day.

The drone ( male honey Bee ) hatches from a unfertilized egg.

Mellitin, a substance in bee venom is being used in cancer and HIV research.

Save our honey bees

Do not spray them

 

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