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Bee Removal Sachse Tx

Your IRescueBees associate for  Bee Removal Sachse Tx  is,

Darwyn Flynn
( 214 ) 679 - 9143

darwyn.flynn@gmail.com

Let Darwyn know you saw him on IRescueBees
 We, at IRescueBees would like to introduce to you our friend Darwyn Flynn. Darwyn is your live  Bee Removal Sachse Tx  professional.

An experienced beekeeper and breeder, we know he'll get the job done right. Call Darwyn for all your bee removal needs.

Our mission is clear, to collect and protect our loyal pollinators.

Let's talk about swarms...

A large, dense group of honey bees attached to something is what we call a swarm. Not to be mistaken for a bunch of bee flying around, that is most often referred to as swarming.

Bee Removal Sachse Tx
Bee Removal Sachse Tx

Notice how these bees are bunched together and attached to the tree limb. While the queen is resting other bees go out and look for a suitable home.

Upon finding that perfect location the entire cluster roars off to there new home. Hopefully it is not your home.

Bee Removal Sachse Tx
Bee Removal Sachse Tx

Seeing a swarm on your shed, barn or home is a warning sign that the bees are moving in. Call your local IRescueBees associate right away before they disappear inside.

Better yet, call us even if you see them in a cluster anywhere on your property.

Now, the basics of removing a colony...

A colony consist of a laying queen, a few hundred plus workers and a handful of drones. The comb is the nest where the honey bees raise their young and store food.

First, we need to locate the nest. After we find the nest, we expose the cavity the nest is in.

Bee Removal Sachse Tx
Bee Removal Sachse Tx

   Carefully, we search thru the comb for the queen. Caging her when she is found.

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

Then, we take it all back to the apiary and rebuild the bees nest into a hive. The apiary is where the beekeeper tends to the needs of the colony.

Call Darwyn Flynn today

( 214 ) 679 - 9143

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