Welcome to IResuceBees, La Jolla Bee Removal / Reliable Honey Bee Rescue service! Where the best bee removal professional feature their services!
The beekeeper we had featured on this page retired, sorry for any inconvenience!
We are however looking, if you are a beekeeper wanting to have your bee removal business featured on this page, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
￼Having bees living with you can be quite a conversation piece, but if left to long they WILL become a problem. The best thing to do is call your local IRescueBees beekeeper, and follow these safety tips!
Honey bees are a wild insect, when they feel threatened they will defend themselves! Keep these tips in mind when they move in.
- Do not attempt to remove a colony of wild bees! No matter how many videos you’ve seen!
- Never spray bees or their beehive with chemicals or pesticides! Doing so will only cause the bees to become defensive, endangering yourself and others!
- Some site will tell you to seal them in, DON’T DO IT! Bees will find their way out, and most of the time it is into your house!
- Bee removal is arduous and dangerous, requiring special skills! Expect to pay a fee for the work done! No free bee removals
What does bee removal cost?
That all depends on the service provider! Typically, a inexperienced bee remover will be cheap, while one that is experienced will charge more.
Other considerations on cost is the age of the colony, where it is located and at what height and if the bee remover is to make the repairs.
The basics of live bee removal
Using thermal imaging your beekeeper can pinpoint the exact location of their nest. Thereby, mitigating unnecessary repairs.
Trust me, I have been doing this a long time. Sometimes, before thermal imaging I would cut the hole in the wrong place.
Tech has made our job SO much easier. Please make sure whomever you use for your removal needs, IS a beekeeper, that is the only way you will know if your bees have been saved.
I assume that is why you are on my website, you want to help save the bees! Well, it is sad to say, but the honey bee/pollinator crisis is still advancing.
For the last decade, beekeepers lose 30% of their managed colonies every year. Although, science studies the problem, they can’t seem to pinpoint the cause.
Understand that our food security is in the balance. Wild honey bees ARE just as important as managed bees.
Did you know? Exterminators in the United States, kill hundreds of thousands of wild honey bee colonies every year. They use the pitch that feral/wild bees are killer bees and serve no purpose.
Well, those so called killer bees hold the keys to solving our current honey bee crisis.