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I am an enthusiastic backyard hobby beekeeper. 

I am not a commercial operation and will never be.  In short, I do the bee thing to have fun and to try to do my small part to help keep the bees buzzing….. not to mention the delicious sweet honey!!  

If you have any comments/questions,  or information that you want to share about bee activity on my website, contact me with the form below.  If you have Naples area honey bees that you would like removed, give me a little information about the hive location and access.  I can not live remove in all situations and I do not charge, but any donation is always appreciated.

I only do live honey bee removals as licensed by the state of Florida (FL0110610B).  Expect a quick email reply to any message left, so be sure to monitor your email box.

Our email address can be used to also contact us:
b  e  e  s  @  n a p  l e s . n e t       
(remove all spaces in the email address)

IF ASKING ABOUT A REMOVAL……
Points to include in your contact message that will help me tell you what I can do for you…… Initially, I will respond only to your email address.
1) Physical street address of the beehive location?
2) Beehive location (in a tree, in a wall/roof, in a water meter, etc)?
3) How long have they been there?
4) Is there an electric plug available within a few hundred feet of the hive?
5) And, finally, best of all……Send a picture of the hive location and area…AKA, a picture is worth a thousand words!

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    Certificate of Beekeeping Registration for this beekeeper and apiary is current with the Florida Department of Agriculture as required under Florida statute 586 , and honey bee removal authorized under Florida rule  5E-14.151, F.A.C. , which clarifies that a commercial extermination license is NOT needed if it is a hive relocation request or pesticides are not to be used in the removal process.  I am also are a member of the Beekeepers Association of Southwest Florida and Bee Boyz and Girlz