Bee and Swarm Removal
Beekeepers work with European Honey Bees (sp. Apis Mellifera) in their apiaries.
To request swarm removal, you must be able to tell them apart from other species.
Please read the info below to learn what a Honey Bee looks like.
To request swarm removal services, you must provide an identifying picture of the bees and any information about the location (i.e. if they are on the second story, behind a wall, hanging three feet off the ground from a shrub). Please send a photo to us. We will be happy to help identify your discovery!
Did you know there are more than 300 species of bees in Pennsylvania?
Yellow Jackets, wasps and hornets are mistaken for bees more often than not!
What are the differences? Learn The Characteristics of Common Wasps And Bees
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Bucks and Montgomery Counties
Michael and Suzanne Luciano
Doylestown, New Britain, Chalfont, Pipersville, Plumstead, surrounding areas
Furlong, Bucks County
Specializes in removing bees alive from residential & other structures.
Bucks County, Hunterdon, and Mercer Counties in NJ
Doylestown, Central Bucks County