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"Honey Bee Relocation"

"Bee Extermination"

We remove all bees and honey combs.

We are Broward Beekeepers.

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The most commonly asked question: 
How is the African bee different from our domestic European bee?

The African bee is slightly smaller than our domestic bee, but it takes a laboratory test to measure the difference. A single African bee sting is no more venomous than a single European bee sting. The most important difference is in their behavior. African bees produce more offspring, defend their nests much more fiercely and in greater numbers and are more likely to abandon the nest (abscond) when threatened by predators or adverse environmental conditions. More about African Bees

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Serving Major US Cities/Counties We Provide Bee Removal in Palm Beach, Bee Removal West Palm Beach, Bee Removal Weston, Fort Lauderdale Bee Removal, Miami Bee Removal, Palm Beach County Bee Removal, Broward County Bee Removal, Dade County Bee Removal.

Tropical Apiaries
Specializing In Honey Bee Removal, Relocation,
and Extermination Services
Serving Dade, Broward & Palm Beach Counties

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Providing Affordable Solutions for your Honey Bee Removal
and Extermination needs.

Commercial - Residential - Municipalities - Associations
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Located at 6001 SW 188 Av
 Davie / Southwest Ranches,
 Florida 33332
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We have 11 years experience providing Bee Removal & Relocation in the Broward Co, Fort lauderdale area and 33 years beekeeping experience. 

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     Because of the still expanding presence of Africanized honey bees in Florida, it is state recommendation that all feral honey bee colonies (not managed by beekeepers) nesting in close proximity to areas frequented by people or domestic animals be eradicated by a licensed and Insured Pest Control Operator (PCO) or removed by a registered beekeeper for purposes of public safety.   Quote from the University Florida

"It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so."   Samuel Clemens

Always avoid unlicensed and uninsured bee removal companies or people

Bee Removal, Relocation and Extermination should always be left up to licensed experts in that field. 
Honey bee removal can be extremely dangerous you should never try doing it yourself.

What to expect from Tropical Apiaries Bee Removal experts
  • We will relocate the bees rather than exterminate whenever possible.
  • We will discuss the bee removal procedure with you before beginning the job. You should be aware that we may need to cut into the structure so we can remove all the honey combs.
  • Ensure that the area around the job site is secured from onlookers, pedestrians and ensure that no penned or tied animals are in or near the bee removal area.
  • Apply only pesticides that are Pet Friendly when dry.
  • Remove all bees and honey combs associated with the colony. If the comb is not completely removed, cockroaches and other insects will be attracted to the rotting brood, fermenting honey may produce an unpleasant odor, and melting wax may soak into the wall causing a stain and rendering that wall impossible to paint or wallpaper.
  • We will discuss bee proofing and answer all of your questions in a professional manor.

 The bees seem calm, should I have the bees removed?

A: Yes.  Many people decide not to do anything about a feral colony because the “bees seem calm”. Just because a colony is calm now does not mean that it will always be. Bee colonies become more defensive once their nest is established because they have something to protect. This can take months to happen. Also, there is evidence that the average queen (at least in managed colonies) lives less than one year. When a new queen is born to replace the old queen, she leaves the colony to mate in the air with 15-20 different male bees (drones). Therefore, she is mating with drones from nearby colonies, not typically with drones from her own hive. If Africanized bees are in the area, the new queen may mate with the Africanized drones and the resulting offspring can display Africanized bee characteristics (heightened defensive behavior). Therefore, a colony that was calm 6 months ago may be defensive today. Information from University of Florida. 

  When should you remove a colony of honey bees?

A:   Florida residents aware of recent news reports about honey bees will recognize the threat that Colony Collapse Disorder or CCD is causing to the beekeeping and pollination industry. The concern over the disappearance of honey bees caused by CCD is both warranted and important to the industry, and many residents are reluctant to have colonies eradicated as a result of this concern. However, as far as most experts are concerned the African bee issue and the disappearance of managed honey bees are unrelated. This means that eradicating one wild honey bee nest in Florida does nothing to hurt honey bee populations overall. In fact, there can be as many as 100-200 bee colonies per square mile in areas where African bees occur. So, even removing 1 colony does very little to the overall population of wild bees. It's simply a public safety issue. State officials are NOT searching for wild colonies in an effort to destroy them all. But, they do recommend that honey bees found nesting in proximity to people be eradicated by Trained Pest Control Operators. If a Florida resident has a colony or swarm of honey bees on his or her property, it is imperative that he or she contact a trained PCO as soon as possible. Quote from university of Florida. M. K. O'Malley and J. D. Ellis

Some general precautions

  • Look for bees entering or leaving an area, indicating a feral colony or swarm.

  • Examine area prior to using noisy power equipment (lawn mowers, blowers, chain     saws, etc.).

  • Never disturb a swarm or colony of bees!

  • If allergic to bee stings, obtain an emergency sting kit.

  • Never attempt to trim a tree if there is an active bee nest in it.

  • Do not use a pressure cleaner in close proximity to a honey bees. 

  • Spraying bees with water will only anger them it will not kill them.

If a feral colony or
"swarm" is found

  • Do not disturb it—stay away. If an African bee colony is disturbed, the bees could       endanger everybody within 100 feet or more and they could stay angry for hours.

  • Contact Tropical Apiaries we are your local bee removal experts.

  • Do not spray anything on the bees it could cause them to attack.

  • If bees are in a CBS block wall, do not close the hole that usually drives the bees     in your house.


Providing beehive removal & extermination service in: Palm Beach, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale Fl, Miami Fl, Davie Fl, Cooper City, Plantation Fl, Coral Springs, Parkland Fl, Weston Fl, Miramar Fl, Fort Lauderdale Fl, Sunrise, Tamarac Fl, lauderhill Fl, Sunny Isles Beach, Town of Golden Beach, and many more throughout South Florida.