PeeDee Wildlife is your bee removal / wildlife removal and management service of Florence, Marion, Darlington, and the entire PeeDee area of South Carolina.
Honey Bee populations are on the decline in the US due to Colony Collapse Disorder.
Honey bees, which are a critical link in U.S. agriculture, have been under serious pressure from a mystery problem: Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), which is syndrome defined as a dead colony with no adult bees or dead bee bodies but with a live queen and usually honey and immature bees still present. No scientific cause for CCD has been proven.
But CCD is far from the only risk to the health of honey bees and the economic stability of commercial beekeeping and pollination operations in the United States. Since the 1980s, honey bees and beekeepers have had to deal with a host of new pathogens from deformed wing virus to nosema fungi, new parasites such as Varroa mites, pests like small hive beetles, nutrition problems from lack of diversity or availability in pollen and nectar sources, and possible sublethal effects of pesticides. These problems, many of which honey bees might be able to survive if each were the only one, are often hitting in a wide variety of combinations, and weakening and killing honey bee colonies. CCD may even be a result of a combination of two or more of these factors and not necessarily the same factors in the same order in every instance. Quote from ars.usda.gov
If you have a swarm of bees or a colony of bees in your house or structure we can safely remove them and get them in a hive, clean up, and repair, which includes exclusion to keep more bees from moving in.
PeeDee Wildlife Control Inc. also removes hornets, yellow jackets, and other stinging insects without chemicals or poison.
PeeDee Wildlife Control Inc. can help solve your bee problem. We have been solving human / wildlife conflicts for over 30 years.