Carpenter Bee Traps – DIY Bee Traps & Bee Butter Bait

Carpenter bees are large bees that can be found all over the world. There are more than five hundred species and their name comes from the way they construct their nests in dead wood, structural timber, and bamboo. These insects build nests by tunneling through wood with their mandibles. While there are many cases in…

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SAFE Bee Hive Removal from Attics, Walls, Yards & Garages

Bees can be dangerous if you have them building a bee hive around your home. They are great little insects, but not right outside your home. They can choose a number of place to start their hive on and it usually consists of areas where there is little movement. They may choose a high area…

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How to get rid of ground bees (and prevent their return)

Some ground-dwelling bees can sting you, so most people want to learn how to get rid of ground bees as soon as they see a few ground bees in their yard or around their property. In this article, we’ll show you how to identify what type of ground bees you’re dealing with, how to prevent…

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How to get rid of bee’s nests in house, wall, or yard naturally & Safely

A large bee hive in a tree

The first and most important thing that we should note is that you should never kill honey bees. They are extremely important to the ecosystem and our food supply. You can get rid of them, but in the case that the bees are honey bees you should first contact a local beekeeper. They may be…

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How to get rid of bees in a wall safely (& FREE relocation)

Most people that see or hear bees in their wall cavity have no idea how to get rid of the bees in their wall. It’s not exactly a situation most people encounter. But, it happens more often than you’d think. We’ll show you why bees are sometimes attracted to your walls, how they get in,…

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How to Get Rid of Bumble Bees – Control & Nest Removal

Chances are you’ve encountered a bumble bee at some point in your life. Because the very sight of them – combined with the potential of their sting – is enough to make most of us seek shelter, it’s easy to forget that they’re considered beneficial insects because they pollinate crops and plants. Nonetheless, if bumble…

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