If you see a group of bees like the one pictured to the left, call Bee Force immediately! Let us help you determine if they are in fact honey bees or another type of bee or wasp.
NEVER spray clusters of bees like this until you have spoken with a professional beekeeper. We have beekeepers on staff that can help answer your questions!
Honey bees are a beneficial part of the eco-system and provide pollination services to many of the foods you eat. Without the honey bee, many species of plants would not be able to survive or provide fruit & vegetables we depend on. Wasps & Hornets on the other hand do not provide this beneficial service. If you need help identifying your pest, we are here to help.
In many cases we will remove a honey bee infestation without the use of chemicals. We try our best to save honey bees, and move them to a new home in our honey yard! Many of the hives we have removed from customers in the past are still living out their lives in our honey bee yards producing hundreds of pounds of honey each year!
We sell honey year round (as long as there is honey left to sell, you see we sell out quickly) so if your interested in placing and order, or getting on the waiting list - simply call the office! We sell honey in containers from 6oz all the way up to 5 gallons at a time!
Notice all of the tiny "hairs" on the honey bee. The fuzzy appearance is a telltale sign your looking at a honey bee. All those tiny hairs help collect the pollen that will become honey!
Even though there are a few tiny hairs on a wasp, they will have a "waxy" or hard bodied look. Wasps come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but all capable of being a stinging nussaince.
A Bald-Faced hornet to be specific. Easily identified by the white and black coloration. An aggressive adversary, but easily handeled by our trained techicians.