Request a Free Nest Removal

What type of insect do you think you have?

Bumblebees & Solitary Bees are both non-aggressive, valuable native pollinators and we do not remove them.
Polistes nests are very common and unless you have more than a dozen active nests, we only collect them from places we are already removing hornets or yellowjackets.
Hornets typically complete their annual lifecycle in our area by the beginning of October.  We are no longer scheduling new appointments for hornet nest removals this season.

Tell us a bit about the nest you see.

A bit about electricity...

If leaving a cord, please have it plugged in and strung out to within 20ft. of the nest

Keep your animals safe.

It’s important that animals should be at least 50 feet from the nest during removal. It’s preferable for your pet to be secured safely inside.

Your Personal Information & Location

Please list any additional information that may prove helpful when locating and accessing your address & nest.

Thank you for your request!  

Our 2017 collection season is now over.  You can read more about the annual life cycle of all the stinging insects in our area on the insect ID pages of our website.  Please reach out again next year when you find more hornets, yellowjackets, honeybee swarms, or wasps!

If you are happy with our service… 

Please, tell you friends and family about us!  Write us a positive review on our Facebook page!  Tip your collector - it would really make their day!

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Our collection season begins in April with honeybee swarms. We collect live, unsprayed nests of hornets, yellowjackets and wasps June-October. You can read more about their annual life cycle on the insect identification pages. Thanks for visiting our website, please be in touch in our upcoming 2018 collection season!