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BEE REMOVAL CENTRAL FLORIDA LOCALS TRUST!

There are more than 300 species of bees in Florida! 29 of these are endemic (only found in Florida). Bees are an incredibly important part of our ecosystem, as they pollinate 30% of our food crops!

Bee Removal Central Florida Locals Trust!

Give Pro Wildlife Removal a call for your Bee removal needs!

We want bees around, we just don’t want them taking up residence in our homes or our businesses. Pro Wildlife Removal has a strong background in Bee removal services in and around the Central Florida area.

Removing bees that have swarmed or built a nest or hive on your eaves, soffits, fascia, or other parts of your home takes experience and special care. Our animal trappers have over a decade of experience in bee removal services in Central Florida and have the necessary equipment, protective gear, and skills to live capture wasps, yellow jackets, hornets, and bees safely.

Have honey bees begun building their hive on or near your home or business? Bees can be extremely aggressive when protecting their resources, so DO NOT attempt to remove the bees or honeycomb yourself. Enlist the top experts in professional bee removal in the Central Florida region.

EXPERT IN REMOVING ALL TYPES OF CENTRAL FLORIDA’S STINGING INSECTS

In Central Florida, we encounter many different types of bees and stinging insects, including honey bees, wasps, yellow jackets, hornets, carpenter bees, and bumblebees. While these creatures are critical for us to protect to benefit our ecosystem, we often find that they have built a nest too close to our homes or places of business.

If you have encountered a bee’s nest, call Pro Wildlife Removal to safely remove it for you.

COMMON TYPES OF STINGING INSECTS

You may encounter one of these when you need Bee removal Central Florida services:

Honey Bee | Pro Wildlife Removal
Call the Central Florida bee removal experts at Pro Wildlife Removal at any time if you suspect a bee swarm has landed on your home or property. We will live-capture the colony and relocate it to a more suitable location to SAVE THE BEES! 

Honey Bees: (Apis mellifera)

Honey bees are one of the most important pollinators on the planet, pollinating 30% of food crops. They are considered super organisms and are eusocial, meaning they live in large, complex societies of up to 80,000 bees. Honey bees make honey from the nectar they forage from plants and they live in wax hives they make from bodily secretions.

Honey bees reproduce by swarming. The mother queen will leave the overcrowded hive, usually in late spring or early summer, with about half of the hive’s worker bees, while the rest of the bees stay in the hive and cater to a newly-born queen.

A bee swarm will typically land on a nearby tree branch, or even somewhere on your home until they find a good, permanent location to build their new hive. A swarm is usually not dangerous, as they don’t have resources to protect, and they will usually only stay for a few hours, or possibly a few days. If they stay for more than a day or two, they may be beginning to build their new hive. 

Wasps:

The three most common types of wasp pests you may encounter are the paper wasp, yellow jacket, and cicada killer wasp. Wasps are omnivores and are beneficial to the ecosystem because they help to control other pest insect populations. Wasps build paper-like nests they create from wood pulp and their own saliva that hang from wood structures, including your roof. Some wasp species are social and live in colonies, but most are solitary. Yellow jackets and paper wasps are both social insects that live in colonies. Because they are protecting their home, they will become very aggressive when provoked and can use their stingers multiple times, unlike honey bees. If you find yourself face to face with a nest and need bee or wasp removal, give Pro Wildlife Removal a call today.
Wasps | Pro Wildlife Removal

If you find yourself in need of Bee removal Central Florida or wasp removal, give Pro Wildlife Removal a call today.

Bumblebees and carpenter bees:

Oftentimes confused for one another, carpenter bees and bumblebees have very similar appearances. But they have different nesting and social behaviors to help differentiate the two. 

Bumblebees are social organisms, living in colonies, usually in underground burrows or in structural voids in walls, attics, or roofs. They produce a small amount of honey and can sting when provoked. Carpenter bees, on the other hand, are solitary bees and drill holes into exposed wood to build their nests. These bees can cause major damage to the wood structure of your home if not removed early. 

Are carpenter bees damaging your home? Call our Central Florida bee removal experts at Pro Wildlife Removal today.

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU FIND A BEE’S NEST AT HOME

We highly recommend that you do not attempt to remove or destroy a bee’s nest on your own. This can be extremely dangerous to you and others around you. When threatened, bees will attack with their stingers. When a bee stings you, they release pheromones that tell the other bees to attack as well. This signals a swarming, stinging frenzy, which can quickly become a dangerous situation. Call our Bee removal experts 24/7 for all your bee removal needs anywhere in Florida.

4 steps to follow when you encounter a bee’s nest at home:

Call Pro Wildlife Removal now for your FREE Bee removal Central Florida consultation and price quote. We understand that emergencies happen – that’s why our Bee removal Central Florida experts are standing by 24/7 to take your call.