Beekeepers need bees
You may have heard of Colony Collapse Disorder and horrible losses to commercial beekeeping operations. This is a problem nationally, but bees in LA are doing very well. In fact, their potential to stay healthy despite stress is the best thing about them. I am interested in why our bees are doing so well, and they may help to improve bees nationwide.
The best way to do this is to get my hands as many bees as I can and improve their health. You can help by having your bees ethically, safely rescued. Live bee removal isn't easy or fast, it takes a level of skill that non-beekeepers don't have. To care for bees requires a professional that loves bees, that's why I remove them with the utmost caution. You are welcome to ask questions and take pictures, I love talking about bees.
I will never offer to kill bees, smoke them out or otherwise "seal them in", all my procedures ensure the safe survival of our bees. I don't suck bees a vacuum and then dump them somewhere, like my competitors. I either keep them or ensure their proper, safe transition to another beekeeper. This is something many of my fellow "live" bee removers can't promise or demonstrate. If you want more understanding of my procedure or ethics, I do adhere to the HoneyLove "Live Bee Removal/Relocation Best Practices", and I am truly a beekeeper.
I offer free bee removal estimates and price competitively so call for an appointment. Often I provide advice and details over the phone for free, so it can't hurt to call, I may be able to help you soon.