Don’t Be a Buzzkill: Honeybee Hive Relocation

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Here is a recent honeybee hive we were able to safely relocate. Viva la bees!


Unlike wasps, yellow jackets and hornets, honeybees play a vital role in maintaining our food supply, and some crops, like blueberries and cherries, are 90 percent dependent on honeybee pollination. Due to colony collapse disorder — the sudden die off in honeybee colonies — some people are turning to live bee hive removal to help keep the species alive and buzzing. If you have a honeybee infestation, don’t panic. Wayfare Pest Solutions offers relocation services.


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