Bee Removal


Bee Removal Perth

Have you noticed bees in or around your home in Perth? If you're in need of professional bee removal services, don't hesitate to reach out to Adaptive Pest Control. Our team will carefully inspect your home to determine whether bee hives need to be removed. Rest assured, when our bee eradication team in Perth takes care of removing old hives and honeycombs, we prioritise keeping your house safe and damage-free. Get in touch with us today!

Bee Hive Removal and Relocation Perth

First and foremost, we understand just how important bees are in our environment.

Bees are so important to our livelihood as they help pollinate most of the crops we eat and many that feed our farm livestock. In fact, nearly two-thirds of Australia’s agricultural production benefits from bee pollination.

Bees are keystone species! They play a vital role in preserving biodiversity and ecosystem health and without them, many ecosystems would be altered or cease to exist altogether!

As a company, Adaptive Pest Control takes the preservation of bees very seriously, and as such, we are affiliated with reputable bee keepers and apiarists in order to relocate them.

With our specialised team of professionals, we take on the responsibility of safely removing hives and relocating them to more suitable habitats. Whether the hive has taken residence within your home or settled in your outdoor space, the beekeepers employ humane and eco-friendly techniques to handle these magnificent creatures.

Unlike conventional extermination methods, we are committed to live bee removal, ensuring that no harm comes to the bees during the process. Our approach emphasises the safe and gentle relocation of the entire hive, allowing the bees to continue their vital role as nature’s pollinators.

When you choose our Live Bee Removal and Relocation service, you are contributing to the protection of these essential insects and fostering a healthier environment for all.

If you’re facing a beehive issue, don’t hesitate to contact us today. Our team is ready to provide prompt and professional solutions tailored to your specific needs. Together, let’s ensure a safer and more sustainable future for both our communities and the invaluable bees that enrich our world.

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During the hive removal process, we employ humane methods to ensure the well-being of these valuable pollinators. Our goal is not to harm the bees but rather to relocate them to more suitable environments where they can continue their essential role in sustaining nature’s delicate balance.

When you choose our Hive Removal service, you can rest assured that we prioritise the preservation of bee colonies and the harmonious coexistence between humans and these incredible insects. Our eco-conscious approach reflects our deep respect for the environment and the creatures that inhabit it.

If you’re facing a beehive issue, don’t hesitate to contact us today. Our team is ready to provide prompt and professional hive removal solutions tailored to your specific needs. Together, let’s ensure a safer and more sustainable future for both our communities and the invaluable bees that enrich our world.

Swarm Removal

If you encounter a bee swarm on your property, it’s essential not to panic. Bees in swarming mode are generally less aggressive as they are focused on finding a new home. Nevertheless, it’s crucial to keep a safe distance and avoid any sudden movements that may agitate them.


Bee swarms are a relatively common occurrence in September, October and November in Western Australia but can be found at other times of the year too. Swarming is a response to lack of space in the hive and typically happens as spring nectar flows start and hive numbers need to expand.  A decision is made by the hive to take the Queen and her workers to a new, spacious home where they can maximise the nectar on offer. When bees swarm they are most unlikely to sting.

They are NOT thinking of setting up home there! They are in transition, clustered around their Queen and waiting for the scout bees to find new accommodation.

This is the best time to remove them – before they make a permanent home somewhere inconvenient and become a feral hive. There are many beekeepers who are available to remove the cluster of bees at this stage.

A swarm removal process involves careful assessment and planning. We’ll identify the swarm’s location, size, and behaviour to determine the most suitable approach. Utilising specialised equipment, we’ll safely and gently remove the swarm, ensuring minimal disruption to the bees and the surrounding environment.

Our commitment to preserving bee populations drives our approach to swarm removal. Instead of extermination, we prioritise relocation. The bees will be carefully transferred to a more suitable location, allowing them to continue their vital role in pollination and sustaining the ecosystem.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you encounter a bee swarm. Our experienced team is ready to assist you promptly and efficiently. With our Swarm Removal service, you can trust that we’ll handle the situation with expertise and a deep sense of responsibility towards these remarkable creatures. Let’s work together to protect bees and ensure the coexistence of humans and nature.

What you need to know about Bees?

Bees represent flying insects that primarily subsist on the nectar of flowers. Their role in pollination is indispensable for maintaining the sustainability of native crops and bushlands.

Of notable importance, bees have long been recognised as the primary source of honey, which undoubtedly offers numerous health benefits to humans. However, honey is not the sole product derived from bees. They are also responsible for producing beeswax, royal jelly, and bee glue.

It’s worth noting that not all bees possess stinging capabilities. Only female bees have stingers, which are modified egg-laying devices known as ovipositors. Consequently, the queen and female workers are the only ones equipped with stingers. Nevertheless, male bees, lacking stingers, resort to powerful biting as a means of defence when the hive is under threat.

Under normal circumstances, bees are harmless unless provoked or endangered. Respecting their space and leaving them undisturbed is generally the best way to avoid any potential attacks. However, if they have constructed their hive in an inconvenient location, appropriate measures may be taken to relocate them.

Where Do Bees Build Hives?

The presence of bees in your home indicates that your place offers an ideal environment for them, characterised by a sturdy and warm shelter and an abundance of food sources to thrive. Residential areas can attract swarming bees as they search for suitable shelter. Typically, bees tend to establish their nests in vents, attics, subfloors, roof voids, or hollow walls or cavities within homes.

While bees play a crucial role in pollination and the production of honey and beeswax, their proximity to human habitation can pose potential dangers.

Please note that all the information provided here is based on general knowledge, and if you encounter bees or bee-related issues in your home, it’s always best to seek assistance from local beekeeping or pest control professionals such as Adaptive Pest to handle the situation safely and responsibly.

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