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Bee Removal Vancouver WA

IRescueBees is currently looking for experienced beekeepers or wildlife removal experts to service the calls from this page. Bee Removal Vancouver WA

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This page Bee Removal Vancouver WA is available to only one professional. for more information contact me at irescuebees@gmail.com

IRescueBees and our associates our help you save our bees. We provide professional bee removal services in and around Vancouver WA.

We remove and relocate swarms and established colonies.

A swarm is the honey bees way of propagation. When the colony is full of bees and honey they split. The mother queen leaves the virgin and the nurse bees at home while her and some workers take of on an adventure.

Bee Removal Vancouver WA  Bee Removal Vancouver WA

When you see a swarm on your property it is a sure bet that they are looking to move in with you. Call your  local IRescueBees associate right away.

Removing a swarm is easy most of the time. Sometimes not so easy.

Bee Removal Vancouver WA

Most of the time you will never see the swarm and they move in without notice. Not long after they move they become a colony.

A colony has a laying queen with comb for her to lay in and for the workers to store pollen and honey in. The queen can lay up to two thousand eggs a day.

Removing a colony is much more challenging.

Bee Removal Vancouver WA   Bee Removal Vancouver WA

We first have to locate the colony and expose the cavity they are in.

We search for the queen, When she is found we will cage her to keep her safe.

We capture and cage most of the workers and remove all the comb. This all taken to a safe location and put back together in a hive.

When you see bee flying in and out of some hole or crack in your house you need to call IRescueBees.

Saving our bee for the next generation. IRescueBees Bee Removal Vancouver WA

Did you know?

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

347 native bee are about to go extinct.

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

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