Willie The Bee Man, Inc.
Florida's Bee Removal Specialists
To Get Rid of Bees

Willie The Bee Man

Honest, Fast, Friendly, Effective Bee Removal

   Complete Bee Hive Removal Done RIGHT the FIRST TIME
Certified Pest Control Operators & Expert Fully-Trained Bee Removal Technicians 

Bee Removal in these Florida Counties
Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Monroe, St.Lucie, Martin, Indian River

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We solve bee and wasp problems… wasp and bee control and exterminate and in some cases live removal…
Willie The Bee Man
Get Rid of Bees for many pest control companies, property management companies, Field Service Companies, City of Miami, City of North Miami Beach, M-DC, City of Hollywood, City of Pembroke Pines,Village of Tequesta . FP& L , A.T.&T., Village of Biscayne Park, Village of Palmetto Bay, Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida,Seminole Tribe of Florida, Town of Davie, Town of Medley, Golf courses, Police and Fire Departments, on 311 list, 911 transfers calls to us and State of Florida Vendor , Nova, Barry, FIU, UM , and thousands of people like you since 2003.

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  Willie The Bee Man meets State and Federal requirements. 
Certificate of Liability Insurance; Taxpayer ID Number & Certification;
Chapter 482 PEST CONTROL #JB133501; Workers' Compensation Compliance.

It is recommend that all feral colonies or swarms near people or animals should be considered "Africanized" and eradicated by a pest control operator (PCO) who has been specifically trained in honey bee colony extermination and removal.

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The reason we recommend eradicating swarms or nesting honey bee colonies located in close proximity to people or animals is due to the presence of African honey bees in Florida. African honey bees (AHB) and European honey bees (EHB) (the latter is the kind beekeepers usually keep) bees cannot be distinguished from one another with the unaided eye. The only way to identify African bees is to send a sample of 50 freshly collected bees in alcohol to the Apiary Section of FDACS Once received, the samples undergo rigorous morphological computerized testing to determine the bee race. Obviously, it is not safe to tell a customer to collect a sample of bees from a living bee colony. As such, the state recommends that the suspect colony be eradicated to avoid any negative encounter. Additionally, European and African honey bees are capable of interbreeding, meaning a hive that has been in a tree quietly for years may become Africanized suddenly if, following a swarming of the colony, the new queen in the colony mates with Africanized drones during her mating flight. Besides general safety, nesting honey bees and swarms become a liability issue for the homeowner. If the suspect bees are Africanized and attack a neighbor's child, pet, etc., the homeowner is liable for the attack because they knew the nest was there and chose not to follow state recommendations. In Texas, 50% of African bee attacks are reported to occur on victims who knew the nest was there but did nothing about it since "the bees seemed calm." The state does not recommend that beekeepers collect these hives or swarms as they once did. It only takes about 5 seconds for African bees to become defensive if disturbed, and they will travel much farther from the nest than European bees. The PCOs on FDACS list have been trained to handle nesting honey bee colonies and should know the proper procedures for handling an African bee nest. Many people are aware that honey bee populations are suffering and see a dichotomy between the "save the bees" and "eradicate the bees" messages. However, this dichotomy is false. Colony Collapse Disorder is a managed bee colony problem and not an African bee one. So eradicating a nesting colony on ones property does little, if anything, to the total number of wild honey bee colonies in Florida. Homeowners often assume that a newly arrived swarm "can't be Africanized because they haven't bothered anyone". The problem is that neither AHB nor EHB swarms are defensive for the first several weeks, but once baby bees are present in the comb, AHB colonies become dangerously defensive. This behavior will often first shows itself in a dangerous attack.

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Willie The Bee Man, Inc.
Certified Pest Control Operator JF160792
General Household Pest and Rodent Control
State of Florida JB133501

William A. Sklaroff, Ed.S.
Board Member of Certified Pest Control Operators Association of Florida
2380 NE 195 Street
Miami, Florida 33180

305.933.BEES      561.571.2337    954.947.2337  772.800.2337

Bee Removal in these Florida Counties
Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Monroe, St.Lucie, Martin, Indian River


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