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I have the knowledge & experience to provide a thorough answer to questions on honeybees & Africanized 'killer' bees. I can cover facts about their behavior, anatomy, impact on our environment, and techniques & methods to removing swarms/hives from structures. Although I am not fully knowledgeable with beekeeping practices, the company I work for relocates the hives we collect to the owner of a local orange grove that needs the bees for pollination. We provide bee relocation services in San Diego, Riverside, Orange County and south San Bernardino.

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My experience include 15 years of studying honeybee characteristics & removing bees from structures throughout southern California. The company I work for, Pro Pacific Bee Removal, was founded in 1999. I have contributed to many bee forums, local & international publications, & beekeeping societies. I would be glad to assist you on All Experts with any of your questions!


Better Business Bureau (BBB) Pest Control Operators of California (PCOC) Independent Pest Control Association (IPCA) San Diego County Apartment Association (SDCAA)


Pro Pacific Bee Removal has been featured in publications of San Diego County Apartment Association & Food & Drink Magazine.


We are currently licensed by the California Structural Pest Control Board (SPCB) for our bee removal services.

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Recent Answers from Shaun Billings

2013-06-27 Bees dying in yard:

I believe the abundance of oak pollen and the dead bumblebees is a coincidence. There is no scientific evidence that oak pollen is toxic to these bees. However, are you or nearby neighbors treating any

2013-06-07 bee behavior:

Honeybees do not usually attack another bee when they collect pollen. Only female honeybees (also called worker bees) are the ones that leave the hive to collect pollen.     You are right that mating is

2013-02-24 Beekeeping:

Jacob,    Unfortunately, honeybees do not fair well in greenhouses. They can become disoriented and try to get towards any light especially where there is glass. Also, if your goal is to extract the honey

2012-09-05 advice:

If the hive is accessible without needing to cutout any siding or brick, then the bees can be removed inexpensively. A bulk of the price will come from having to cut into your structure, if necessary.

2012-07-15 Honey bees:

I can recommend you to Alltek Bee Removal. Here is their website     I am not sure if they will do it for free but definitely at an affordable price for quality work. They


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