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Honey Bee Swarm Removal Services

Hudson Hives offers FREE honey bee swarm removal.

  • The bees have left their current home in search of a new one. Honey Bee swarms are protecting the queen who is in the center. Swarms can be found just about anywhere such as on fences, in trees or bushes. The best thing to do is leave them alone as they will find a new home, or call a beekeeper who will relocate the bees to a new home. 

  • Because we are losing honeybees in record numbers please do not kill them. We need to save the honey bee. Visit our page on "save the bees" to learn more about the issues with honey bees.

  • Hudson Hives will relocate the bees to a new Hudson Hives Bee Hive. 

  • Our service is FREE but we cannot remove bees that have entered into structures such as behind siding etc.. We only remove bees that are on objects such as fences, bushes or a tree. 

  • If you think its a bee after looking at the images and it is NOT inside a structure, siding, shingles etc.. please email us with a photo or video and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

  • If it is inside a structure you can reach out to the Worcester Bee County Association (which is on facebook) to inquire if other beekeepers may be able to remove the bees from a structure. 

Honey Bee Swarm

Please view the photos BEFORE contacting us to determine if your "hive" is a hornet nest or beehive. It is helpful if you take photos as well. Please note we do not remove hornet nests. You should contact an exterminator if you think it is a hornet nest. 

Contact Hudson Hives at 978-828-5543 or email us

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