Florida State Beekeepers Association
• Residential • Commercial
• Licensed and Insured.
• Registered • Certified
• Killer Bee Specialist
Certified Bee Removal Specialist
Serving Southwest Florida
Live honey bee removal and relocation
• We remove the nest
We don't leave a toxic pesticide mess
• Humane • Environmentally responsible
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To view pictures of bee infestations,
what we do and how, click on the links in the menu at top.
Africanized ("Killer Bees") are established in Florida.
Fall of 2006 - 85% of samples from Southwest Florida tested as Africanized
If you find a colony of bees-
• Avoid the area
• Keep children and pets away!
• Call a bee removal specialist!
Don't let this happen to you!
Lady stung on the face over 150 times
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IF YOU ARE ATTACKED
- Run away. Africanized honey bees will continue to attack as long as they perceive a threat in the area.
- Cover your face. Use clothes to protect your eyes and mouth. Africanized honey bees target these areas.
- Seek shelter, such as a car, house or other building.
- Do not jump into water. Africanized honey bees will wait for you to surface.
LATEST NEWS STORY
Man died after being stung about 300 times...It was in a space under the family's mobile home and was not visible... the family had been noticing bees flying around, but was not concerned. "They weren't bothering anyone... If you stood and watched them, it was like standing in a garden where bees just come and go, minding their own business...
We remove honey bees, alive, from yards, homes and business structures and relocate them. To preserve their beneficial purpose in nature, honeybees are moved to orange groves and rural areas, where they can continue their work of pollinating our food supply without damaging buildings or creating a stinging hazard to inhabitants, pets and children.
Africanized (Killer Bees) are re-queened with a gentle european bred queen to eliminate aggressiveness.
NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ABOUT US (Use your browser back button to return to this page)
Swarm of Bees on the Sheriff's boat.
"...Employees called a local exterminator, but they found out later the attempt to kill them worked only for a small number of the bees...That's when Walters called Bob van der Herchen, a bee-buster and owner of Bee Removal and Rescue...Van der Herchen's method of removal is all-natural; no pesticides are used..."(This link will take you to the Sun-Herald. Be sure to use your browser back button to return to this page.)
Africanized bees in Venice kill woman's dog
We were called out after the bee attack.
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