Barnes Wildlife Control Of Ohio

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Barnes Wildlife Control
South Office: Beavercreek, OH | North Office:Troy, OH
Phone: (937) 340-1867 Fax: (877) 771-3432

Barnes Wildlife Control Of Ohio

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Dayton Bee Pest Removal Service

Barnes Wildlife Control provides the best Dayton Bee Pest Removal Service as the honeybee is quite an amazing animal.  If in doubt about what kind of bee you have living on or inside your house, have the bee species professionally identified so it’s not mistakenly killed when thought to be a wasp. The Honey Bee has the ability to not only survive with many adversaries against it such as pesticides, but the good that they do for our environment is truly amazing and you should hire Dayton Bee Pest Removal Service to safely relocate your bee swarm.

Without the honeybee pollinating our plants, trees, and flowers life as we know it would be much different. Many species of plants rely on bees for pollination such as strawberries, cucumbers, squash, apple trees, and many many more fruits and vegetables we all love and enjoy. Call Dayton Bee Pest Removal Service at (937) 340-1867 for Professional Bee Removal.

Did you know these facts about Miami Valley Bees ??

  • The average life span of a worker bee is only 6 weeks while a queen can live up to 5 years.
  • A worker bee will only produce 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey during its entire life.
  • All worker bees are female and the drones are male.
  • A queen only mates once in her life but will continue to lay eggs her entire life.
  • A swarm of bees is just a large cluster of workers surrounding a queen while she searches for a place to begin a new colony.
  • Honeybees carry pollen back to the hive by using special sacs on their hind legs.
  • Don’t kill bees without first contacting Dayton Bee Pest Removal Service to verify the insect species

Hives and swarms around the home

Honeybees will at times take up residence in or around your home. They can get into a very small opening, as small as ¼ of an inch. Once they have established a place to set up a colony they will begin building comb for their brood and to store honey for the winter and before it gets worse hire Dayton Bee Pest Removal Service. Check out this Page for complete bee removal details. If they are not removed properly this can begin to cause an extremely difficult and expensive problem. These animals are very beneficial to our environment so do not spray them. The bees and all comb need to be removed with as little damage and bee loss as possible by a trained professional.

Barnes technicians providing Dayton Bee Pest Removal Service removing a honeybee hive from a wall in a church in Tipp City, Ohio. 

Dayton Bee Pest Removal Service

Dayton Bee Pest Removal Service

What is a swarm?

A swarm is when a new bee colony is forming. A queen leaves an existing colony and takes about 60% of the colony with her and they go out in search of a new place to set up. Once the queen lands the bees surround her to keep her safe until she picks the final spot to begin building comb. Swarms are usually not aggressive but should not be handled by someone who is not trained in the proper way to handle bees. Again, do not spray these bees. Call a professional to have them removed safely.  If you are experiencing Bee’s around your home and want them removed, give Dayton Bee Pest Removal Service provided by Barnes Wildlife Control a call!