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Bee Removal Tacoma WA

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Bee Removal Tacoma WA
Bee Removal Tacoma WA

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IRescueBees and our associates provide professional bee removal and relocation services nationwide.

We remove both swarms and established colonies. We always take them live.

Bee Removal Tacoma WA

Honey bees spend their lives for the benefit of mankind. Making are crops to bee full and abundant.

We should all bee willing to help them stay alive. That is where IRescueBees comes in.

Bee Removal Tacoma WA  Bee Removal Tacoma WA

Honey bees are superorganisms. They act like microrganisms.

When the colony is overcrowded and has plenty of honey stored they divide. The mother queen leaves the virgin and the nurse bees at home and goes in search of a new home.

This is how the honey bee colony propagates itself.

When you see a swarm in your yard, it is a sure bet they are liking your house. Call your  local IRescueBees associate right away.

Swarms are the easiest to remove, most of the time.

Bee Removal Tacoma WA  Bee Removal Tacoma WA

Removing a established colony is much more challenging.

We first have to locate the colony. once it is found we expose it.

Bee Removal Tacoma WA   Bee Removal Tacoma WA

We carefully search thru the comb looking for the queen. When she is found she is caged for her protection.

We capture and cage most of the workers. At the same time we remove the comb.

We take all this to a safe location and re-hive the whole thing. We take special care to ensure the colony stays alive.


Saving our honey bees is IRescueBees main goal. go to Bee Removal Tacoma WA for your bee removal needs.

Did you know?

The honey bee is the only insect that produces food for humans.

Mellitin, a substance in bee venom is being used in AIDs research.

Three hundred forty seven native bees are on their way to extinction.