Tampa Bee Removal
Bee relocation Tampa, the weather in Tampa consistently produces mass quantities of feral honeybees of all kinds and varieties. Just like other locations of Florida, Honey bee removal Tampa, fl, when the actual honeybee seasons happens, is very dependent upon rainfall. But regardless of rainfall Bee removal Tampa always has its bee season and we see some large bee colonies in structures and in the landscape.
The mild temperatures in Tampa means that the swarming of bees can happen 10 months out of the year. There are 300 wild bee colonies for every square mile of Florida and each colony will divide between 3 and 13 times depending on the variety of honeybee. Those swarms are out looking for a new place to live and that could be in the wall of your house, a shed floor, a roof structure, or any one of a half-dozen places in the landscape that they may choose. The more domesticated the bee, that is to say, bees that have their origin from Europe, the more likely they will choose an enclosed location.
Africanized bees act more like wild bees and are less picky about where they live and you will find these bees in large balls forming colonies way up in a tree sometimes as high as 40 feet. You should always approach an Africanized hive with great care as you never really truly know the personality of the colony until you start messing with it. Some people are dedicated to saving bees no matter what and will often rent a lift for us to retrieve he bees.
Bee removal Tampa, from a tree, we often put it right back in a tree to continue their job of pollinating our food. We are able to advise you on just about any situation and since the phone call is free you should always call us and ask us about what your options are in regards to relocating honeybees. Bee hive removal Tampa, we can save you a lot of money, sometimes you can handle some situations in your own. Tampa bee removal? Its Eco Bee Removal, “saving bees and relocating honey bees Tampa, the way it should be.
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