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For many years, beekeepers have been removing honeybees from places that create problems for home owners and businesses. Since the introduction of the Africanized honey bee in the US, many pest control or "bee exterminator" companies have been exterminating honeybees for profit. The wide spread propaganda of 'killer bees' has mostly subsided as the Africanized honeybee has intermingled with the European honeybee starting from South America and from there having spread north to Central America creating a hybrid honeybee, lessoning the perhaps overly-hyped hostility of the Africanized honeybee. Still many beekeepers in the lower United States are reluctant to collect swarms or honeybees for fear of collecting honeybees carrying Tracheal or Varroa mites, or picking up a swarm of feral bees perhaps in addition to holding insurance necessary in case an accident were to arise during an extraction or eradication of these Africanized or hybrid honeybees.
Because of the recent dwindling honeybee population, known as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), and the general environmental consciousness, the public as a whole is shifting to seeking safe and non-toxic honeybee removal options when finding bees on their property. Adkins bee removal provides information for solving bee problems as well as a help-line and contact form for the US & Canada for removing and relocating bees from structures of: walls, attics, roofs, chimneys, as well as on shrubbery.
For a self help guide visit our page on how to get rid of bees when they're in wrong or unsafe places. This map below shows the spread of the Africanized Honeybee year by year as reported by each county.
For general information about the honeybee visit Jim Mason's informative web page on The Honeybee.
AHB africanized honeybee map
Spread of the africanized honey bees (AHB) in the US, having first arrived in Texas in 1990. The information was provided by the National Atlas of the United States. For more on AHB stop by our africanized honeybees page.
Adkins currently services these major cities:
Los Angeles, L.A., Long Beach, San Diego, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ontario. San Jose, San Mateo, San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento. Reno, Tucson, Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, DFW, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin, Houston. New areas include: Albuquerque, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Colorado Springs, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas city, Lexington, Long Island, Louisville, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Nashville, New York NYC, New Jersey, New Orleans, Newark, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Orlando, Palm Beach, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Raleigh, Rhode Island, Santa Ana, Seattle, St. Louis, Tacoma, Tampa Bay, Trenton, Virginia Beach, and Washington DC.