Bee Removal Source

Welcome! You’ve landed at Bee Removal Source most likely because you have “bees” living near you in an inappropriate or undesirable location. The first thing we need you to do is properly identify what kind of “bee” you are dealing with. Common “bee” sightings fall into several different categories of potential species, of which most are not really bees. The bee removal resources listed on this site are focused on removing honey bees only. So let’s see what a honey bee looks like and what its characteristics are.

HONEY BEE

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Here is a video that shows honey bee activity around the hive entrance shortly after they have swarmed into this hive structure. There will be a lot of honey bee activity coming in and out of the entrance, as well as honey bees on the exterior surface of the structure they have moved into. This is very unlike an established and stable colony where you will see honey bees leaving and returning in a “beeline” with very little bee activity on the outer surface or around the entrance to their established hive.

BUMBLE BEE

MASON BEE

DIGGER BEE

WASP

HORNET

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