After such a tough 2020 and Andy deciding that this is FINALLY the year he semi-retires, we’re going to be cutting back on some of our non-essential work. This is to allow us some extra time to spend with our family and loved ones a year after barely seeing each other!
While we encourage you send in your Bee Removal forms and we will be looking over them all, we wont be replying to all of the Bumblebee Removal Requests, only those Bumblebee removals where it is both necessary and potentially an emergency. Some examples of this are;
The majority of Bumblebee nests are perfectly harmless and safe, are not there forever and can be ignored and left until the bees have gone.
Honeybees are slightly different to Bumblebees in that they’re not seasonal, they don’t just go away on their own and can cause quite a problem if left in a property. For this reason, we’ll be replying to and dealing with your Honeybee Removal Requests throughout the year, whether it’s an emergency or not.
Don’t worry! We’re not just going to leave you hanging! While we wont be providing a removal service to all reported bumblebee colonies, we will be updating our website regularly to bring you blogs and posts with tonnes of information on about Bumblebees, why they’ve chosen where they’ve chosen and how to go about living with them (and when to call in some extra help).
You can always contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org, however if you’re enquiring about Bee Removal, we recommend you use the Bee Removal Form, which can be found here.