Swarm Removal Map

Think you have a swarm?  Start here first…

Left-click and hold to drag map to new location.
Left-click and drag the zoom tool up and down to increase/decrease scale.
Click on a marker to get more info.

 

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6 comments to Swarm Removal Map

  • Ashley

    Hi everyone, I’m in desperate need of help. I live in a stone house, that was built in the early20s. My family has owned this home for 45 years . I always remember a honey bee nest in a crack in the rocks towards the top of my home. My mother loved them, they never botherd us. Now the hive has become so large, it has chewed a anumber of holes in my walls, and are flying though by the hundreds several times a day. My husband and i.have been doing are best to combat the swarming inserts, but the hive is simply to large. Please help, i know this a odd time of year, but i have 4 children and a allergy to bees myself, I’m just scared someone will be hert

  • James Bourner

    hello I live in Parchment Michigan, right by Kalamazoo, I have a bee hive in the side of my house. I think it just got there last summer so it is probably a small hive. I’m pretty sure that they are honeybees because they don’t seem to be aggressive towards me. I would like them removed. My phone number is 269-808-0939.

  • Marie Bonrue

    My Aunt in South Haven, MI has a hive in her wall/roof and she’d like them removed.
    Please contact me with your phone number(s) so I can pass your info onto her.
    my email address is marieishere2@hotmail.com
    Cheers,
    Marie

  • Kandi Hart

    I live in Genesee, MI. Please respond with some information on honey bee removal, someone that wants them.

  • Stephen Tilmann

    Kandi,
    You may want to directly contact someone on the swarm removal map. Or contact the MBA district representative and see if they know of someone who might help. A list of the district reps can be found here.

  • Patrick McClanahan

    I live in East Lansing and have a hive that is between my siding and wall. I have no idea how long it has been there as it is in our side yard (which we never are in) and it was discovered by construction workers doing some remodeling in the late fall. I don’t mind the bees but as it is in my home I fear that if the hive dies off I will wind up with a big mess on my hands. Is there anyone in the Greater Lansing area that does cut out’s?

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