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    Fully Insured

    You can take piece of mind in knowing our services are fully insured!

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    Master Beekeeper

    Our Removal Specialist are part of the Texas Master Beekeeper’s program.

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    Registered with TAIS

    We are registered with the Texas Apiary Inspection Service and current on all permits.

Here at Wicked Bee, we strive to do what is best for both the Honeybees, and our clients. We specialize in rescuing and re-homing Honeybees who might have chosen to establish their new colony in a location that is not so ideal for the property owner.

Each job is unique, and pricing varies based on the specific situations and challenges of each job. If we feel that we would not be able to meet your specific needs, we are always happy to provide you with other references.

Ultimately, we want our clients to be satisfied, and we want the bees to be allowed to thrive and do what Honeybees do best!

Our Pricing is based on the type of Removal…

Small Hive Removals

$50 - $75

*per Hive
    A Small hive will typically have fewer than six (6) drawn wax combs present. The hive might be outside exposed to the elements, or inside some sort of smaller container, such as a birdhouse or water-meter box.

Forced Absconds/ Tree Removal

$60

*per Hour
    A Forced Abscond has to be completed when the bees have setup their colony in a structure that cannot, or should not, be cut open. This is typically the case when their hive is located inside a living tree, or a stone wall. The bees are forced out, and the cavity is sealed, but the comb remains inside the cavity.

Structural Removals

*$150

**PLUS $60 per Hour
    A Structural Removal will need to be done when a colony has established itself inside a fixed structure that cannot be removed from the property, such as inside the wall of a barn, shed, or your house. In these cases, sections of the structure will have to be removed in order to remove the Honeybees as well as the comb.

For any questions regarding our pricing plans above, don’t hesitate to contact us!

(512) 677-7404

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, actually. In some cases we can remove active wasp nests. Pricing is based on each specific situation. Please contact us for details.

Absolutely Not! We specialize in LIVE removals only. Our goal is to help you get rid of the Honeybees while also ensuring that the Honeybee colony survives. Our world is in need of as many pollinators as it can get, and Honeybees are a major part of that system. Please don’t ever let anyone kill Honeybees! Call us instead.

Yes! Feel free to contact us via email, or, you may also call or text us as well.

Honeybees are small and compact in size with shorter/thicker legs. Their bodies are covered in a fine hair or fuzz. Up close, they actually look more cute than aggressive. (Though, we aren’t advocating that you try to get up close and personal.

On the other hand, if you are looking at something with a longer slender looking body with long legs, which is not covered in fuzz, and it’s colorations make it look like its wearing aggressive war paint… That’s A Wasp!

Do you like to eat? Honeybees are one of our largest groups of pollinators and are the only type of pollinator to visit certain plants/crops, such as the Almond Tree. Without Honeybees, our diet would be radically different. Many of the fruits, Veggies, and nuts that we take for granted each day would simply no longer exist. Plus, they produce other products, or byproducts, that we love and use daily, such as Wax and of course… HONEY!

Please feel free to contact us with your inquiries. We will do our best to answer your questions and educate you about the wonder that is the Honeybee.