Honey Bee Removal Atlanta Georgia | Honey Bee Swarm Removal Atlanta
We are The Bee Wranglers providing honey bee removal in Georgia. Hello and welcome to our Honey Bee website. My name is Durenda and my sister’s name is Shamein. As sisters we work together to remove honey bees from your property in Atlanta, Athens and throughout Georgia. We have no problem traveling to your site.
We do not straight up charge to remove the honey bees, we ask for gifts in other words something you think it is worth to have the honey bees removed. However if we have other beekeepers to remove the honey bees, the beekeepers may charge to remove the honey bees. Please send us an email on or call us @ 678.218.0400.
Since we get so many contacts from the website we have built a community with over 100 beekeepers in Georgia and around Chattanooga Tn. We tried for a few years to try and do them all but we just can’t. I work and I am getting old. We will do our best to make sure you have all of your needs met. We do not guarantee any work done by another beekeeper or consider ourselves responsible in any way the work of another beekeeper. We are acting solely as a connection hub so we can connect you with a beekeeper near you if we are unable to do the removal ourselves.
Please note you will be calling Computer Construction Company, I am using my business line for these honey bee removal projects.
- Honey bees are responsible for the pollination of the majority of the food crops that humanity has come to rely on. Most experts agree that without these essential pollinators our food supply will be seriously threatened.
Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals, and happiness.
– Thomas Jefferson, letter to George Washington (1787)
- Honey bee hives have died out in increasingly alarming numbers for over a decade now. We believe that the solution to the world-wide honeybee crisis is to cut the environmental toxins affecting the bees, and to transform beekeeping methods that stress the hive.