The Mouse Loves Our Honeybees!
Our Honeybee Relocation & Protection Service was created with the honeybees importance to a healthy environment in mind! Our team is trained to properly remove, relocate, and care for the honeybees currently calling your home theirs.
With Northwest Honeybee Relocation & Protection Service, you’ll experience:
A home inspection by our honeybee experts to identify the type of bees, see the colony, and determine the best plan of action for removal
Our team safely and carefully removes the honeybees and their hive with a variety of techniques we’ve tested over many years
Your bees being relocated to a local beekeepers’ farm to continue pollination and honey creation
DID YOU KNOW?
Honeybees, like our other favorite pollinators, help contribute to the 35% of global agricultural land pollination that supports the production of over 80 leading food crops worldwide. To say the honeybee supports our mission to create a healthier living environment would be an understatement!
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