Get rid of the Bees on my property
The weather in South Florida consistently produces mass quantities of feral honeybees of all kinds and varieties. Just like other locations of Florida, when the actual honeybee seasons happens, is very dependent upon rainfall. But regardless of rainfall Bee removal South Florida always has its bee season and we see some large bee colonies in structures and in the landscape.
The mild temperatures in South Florida means that the swarming of bees can happen 10 months out of the year. There are 300 wild bee colonies for every square mile of Florida and each colony will divide between 3 and 13 times depending on the variety of honeybee. Those swarms are out looking for a new place to live and that could be in the wall of your house, a shed floor, a roof structure, or any one of a half-dozen places in the landscape that they may choose. The more domesticated the bee, that is to say, bees that have their origin from Europe, the more likely they will choose an enclosed location.
When this happens, people get very nervous about having the bee colony on their property. With good reason, Bees are known to sting people, and Africanized Bees have been known to kill small children and pets.
The Africanized bee is a hybrid species of the Western honey bee. These so-called “killer” bees were established when bees from southern Africa and local Brazilian honey bees mated. The Africanized bee was first identified in Brazil in the 1950s, but it quickly spread through Central and South America after a handful of swarms escaped quarantine. The first Africanized bees in the United States were discovered in 1985 at an oil field in California. Then, in 1990, the first permanent Africanized bee colonies arrived in Texas from Mexico. Today, Africanized honey bees are found in southern California, southern Nevada, Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, western Louisiana, southern Arkansas, and central and southern Florida.
Africanized honey bees are dangerous stinging insects that have been known to chase people for more than a quarter of a mile once they get excited and aggressive. This is why they earned the nickname “killer bee.”
Live Bee Removal & Relocation
Bee removal South Florida, from a tree, we often put it right back in a tree to continue their job of pollinating our food. We are able to advise you on just about any situation and since the phone call is free you should always call us and ask us about what your options are in regards to relocating honeybees. Bee hive removal South Florida, we can save you a lot of money, sometimes you can handle some situations in your own. South Florida bee removal? Its Eco Bee Removal, “saving bees and relocating honey bees South Florida, the way it should be.
- Hornets, yellow jackets, carpenter bees, bumble bees, honey bees, ground bees, paper wasps, sand wasps, cicada killers, and other related species can easily become established in or on buildings, decks, sheds, garages, walls and fencing.
- Species including yellow jackets (ground bees), bald faced hornets, bumble bees and cicada killers are found underground and/or in trees, shrubs and ground cover.
- Our live bee removal and control team are available at all times to respond to situations involving the elimination, extermination, removal and control of insect colonies and their nests.