Do you have some members near Lexington who will remove a honeybee hive that just swarmed and started a hive (within the last 24 hours) inside my house siding?
Looking for someone to remove bees from my home. They appear to be behind the siding. I live in eastern panhandle of WV
You may want to try the West Virgina Eastern Panhandle Beekeepers Assocaition. http://www.wvepba.org/index.php/swarm-recovery. This is a link to swarm recovery, but maybe someone would be willing to help you out with removal.
Your a bit far for any of our members to travel for bee removals.
Looking for someone to remove swarm of (reportedly) honeybees at my property in Staunton, 316 east Beverley. Swarm is under the bay window down the alley running down the side of the house. Anyone to help?
Call Bill at 540-828-2288 if the swarm is still there.
Do you have some members near Crozet who will remove honeybees? They are flying in and out of the house through the drain holes on the bottom of my sliding doors and possibly starting a hive. Thank you!
Sorry, No members in that area. Check with centralvirginiabeekeepers.org
A friend was walking in Gypsy Hill Park yesterday, May 2, and saw a “rather large honeybee hive in a tree”. If anyone is interested in going after it, or wants more details, text or call me at 540-292-0688 during business hours.
I have a honeybee swarm in my lilac bush. Is there anyone close to Timberville, VA that could come and gentley remove the bees?
We have a honeybee hive in our soffit, wall, or attic. They are going through a hole in the soffit.We are not sure how big it is. We are looking for someone to come out and access this hive and remove them if possible.
We are Luray, VA right in the middle of Town.
Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Not sure if you received help yet with your bee removal problem, but I just wanted to direct you to some beekeeping associations that may be closer to you, we have no members up in your area. You may want to try the Shenandoah county Beekeepers, Scott Currie is their President, TtripleB@gmail.com. There is also supposed to be a Page County Beekeepers Association with a website, http://www.pagecountybeekeepers.com/, where you can leave contact information. Hope this helps and sorry for the delay.
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