There are others like us who perform no-kill bee removals and beehive rescues. All over the world, beekeepers are saving bees from exterminators.
We want to thank them and list their websites for others to contact who live in their areas. People will see that many companies save and rescue bees instead of exterminating them.
We have too many exterminators and not enough bee rescue companies. This is a sad fact, and we need to inform people about our "Plan B" and the benefits we provide as bee removers and beekeepers.
So, would you like to bee our friend?
THE BUZZ ABOUT BEES
Saint Benedict, LA
INSIDE THE HIVE
BLACK MTN HONEY
JONES FAMILY BEE REMOVAL
LAPPES BEE SUPPLY
East Peru, Madison County, Iowa
AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL
DON THE FAT BEE MAN
BUSH BEE MAN
THE BEE CAUSE
APIARY JOURNAL BEEKEEPING LOG
LOCAL HONEY FINDER
Our Beekeeper Community Helps to Promote Humane Bee Rescue
We are excited to share our passion for bees and beekeeping with you, and we have a fast and easy way for you to be listed in our beekeeper community. All you need to do is email us with your business name and website.
Once we verify that you are a bee lover who promotes live bee rescue, we will add your business to our listing. Our goal is to create a network of beekeepers that support humane treatment of bees and spread the word about no-kill bee removals.
By joining our listing, you will increase your business visibility, connect with like-minded beekeepers, and show potential customers that live bee hive removals are the future of our industry. Linking to other like-minded websites helps our cause with Google and Bing.
While we would appreciate a link to our website, Vegas Bees, on your site, this is not a requirement. Our main priority is supporting beekeepers who are doing the right thing for the bees.
As beekeepers, we understand the challenges, joys, and unique experiences that come with our passion. Together, we can create a community that advocates for the well-being of bees and supports each other in our beekeeping endeavors.
So, let's join forces, promote humane bee rescue, and continue to share our fascinating and sometimes misunderstood passion with the world.
Betsy and Pete
One day, a bee flew into the lunchroom where I work, and the other teachers demanded, "Get the bee out of here before it stings someone!" This incident showed me how terrified people can be of bees, or in this case, just ONE BEE.
I managed to get the bee to leave safely, but it served as a wake-up call about the need for greater understanding and appreciation of bees. This incident provided an opportunity to educate my colleagues and students about the vital role bees play in our lives.
I used this experience to teach the children about honeybees, their importance, and the need to treat them with respect. They learned that swatting at bees is not only harmful but also unjust to these helpful creatures.
As beekeepers, we all have a part to play in raising awareness about honeybees, and we're confident that our community is stepping up to the task. We are the voice of the honeybees, so let's continue to share their significance with others.
Did you know that 34% of all the food we enjoy daily depends on bees? Although this fact may be familiar to us, it's essential to share this knowledge with those who may not be aware. It helps people see that honeybees contribute significantly to our food supply, making it diverse and delightful.
Thank you all for everything you do and for being our friends at Vegas Bees!
Are you a beekeeper dedicated to saving and removing live bees and beehives?
Contact us to get listed and join the community of great beekeepers who are making a difference for the better!
We are all stronger when we band together and show the world that bee extermination is a thing of the past.
Saving bees, preserving their combs, and providing them with a suitable hive box will always be kinder, more compassionate, and sustainable than an exterminator's approach.