Sunday, May 13, 2012

Palm Coast Honey Bee Swarm Removal

We perform bee and stinging insect work for the City of Palm Coast, and we were blessed yesterday with a fine looking honey bee swarm on a small Magnolia tree.
Palm Coast Honey Bee Swarm

Some neighbors were a bit concerned by this aggregation of 10,000 or so bees, so we were called to perform a removal. Luckily, as the bees were quiet and well behaved, we performed a live removal, and relocated the bees to our apiary in Flagler County.

Please, don't attempt a removal of bees, even a Winter Park Bee Removal, as they can be deadly, even swarms have attacked us since Killer Bees are now here. We've had fatalities occur in Florida because of improper stinging insect removal techniques.

Contact the Stinging Insect Experts at 321-206-5100 or 1-800-343-5317 or submit a bee removal FREE inspection here!

Richard Martyniak, M.Sc., Entomologist (Univ of Fla'04); Registered Beekeeper (FL0010609M)
The Buzzkillers, LLC, Licensed (FL DACS JB144428), Insured & Certified(FL DACS JF136628) for your protection

1 comment:

  1. "Killer Bees" are real and should not be dealt with on your own.
    "A woman was stung by bees about 100 times in Indio today, and a man was stung about 80 times, Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department is reporting."