Swarm of Bees

Swarm Retrieval

Honeybees will swarm come May and June searching for a new home. If you come across a swarm or nest of honeybees, please call one of our volunteer beekeepers below as soon as possible in YOUR area.

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Honeybee

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Honeybee Swarm

We only collect and remove honeybees. If your nest looks like those below, they are yellow jackets and wasps and it is the responsibility of the homeowner to have them removed. We do NOT remove wasps/hornets/yellow jackets.

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Paperwasp Nest

Yellow Jacket

Bold Faced Hornet

LOWER CAPE

(Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, Eastham, Orleans, Chatham)
 

Scott Brazil 508-237-2063 LOWER AND MID CAPE - STRUCTURE CUT - OUTS
 

Paul Gaboury 978-618-1729 EASTHAM ORLEANS
 

Lisa Gledhill 508-237-4125 EASTHAM
 

Glenn Higgins 508-255-0827 ORLEANS, EASTHAM, BREWSTER, NO STRUCTURES


Susan Troyan 617-429-0006 PROVINCETOWN, TRURO, WELLFLEET, NO STRUCTURES

MID CAPE

(Barnstable, Yarmouth, Dennis, Harwich, Brewster)
 

Peter Cooper 508-398-2891 BARNSTABLE, YARMOUTH, DENNIS
 

Mike Jones 774-487-1433 BARNSTABLE YARMOUTH NO REPAIR WORK
 

Russell Giammarco 774-836-0595 ALL OF CAPE COD
 

Charles Levy 508-667-3055 BREWSTER ONLY
 

Sherry McAlpine 508-292-5028 BARNSTABLE
 

Mike Smith 973-978-1206 BARNSTABLE TO ORLEANS NO STRUCTURES
 

Joan Spiegel 617-935-3500 ALL OF CAPE COD
 

Steve Whittlesey 508-954-3577 BARNSTABLE, EAST SANDWICH

UPPER CAPE

(Bourne, Sandwich, Mashpee, Falmouth)

 

Marte Ayers 508-274-8754 MASHPEE

 

Olga Denissova 774-236-9492 ALL OF CAPE COD

 

Paul Dooley 617-571-4274 FALMOUTH ONLY

 

John Carrier 214-668-9636 SANDWICH

 

Stu Gagneux 774-205-4958 SANDWICH - STRUCTURE REMOVAL

 

Kristine Mastrogiacomo 401-626-5894 MASHPEE, FALMOUTH NO STRUCTURES

 

Anne Richards 774-392-0780 FALMOUTH

 

Miguel Zamora TEXT 774-521-4973 FALMOUTH, MASHPEE

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Did You Know?
Bees do not hibernate. In autumn, the female workers throw the drones (males) out of the hive to avoid feeding them through winter. The remaining colony clusters around the queen and will take short flights whenever the outside temperature is above 50 F.