If there are honey bees living in your Big Island home or property, NO SPRAY!  There's a better solution. 

We offer live honey bee removal & swarm catching on the Big Island of Hawaiʻi.
Please contact us before you spray or harm a bee colony.

Call or text (808) 386-9886

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What We Offer

We specialize in the live removal and relocation of established honey bee colonies and swarms on Hawaiʻi island. 

With over 15+ years of carpentry experience combined with our knowledge of bees, we safely and carefully rescue honey bees from any building or structure and complete all necessary repairs in the most cost efficient way. 

We are based out of Hāwī, Hawaiʻi and service the areas of Kohala, Waimea, and Hāmākua on the Big Island of Hawaiʻi. 

Honey bees are important to our environment and crucial to our survival. We are dedicated to providing safe, chemical-free and 100% live bee removals.


We only offer live bee removals. We will NEVER kill, use pesticides, or suggest extermination of any bee colony. 

We remove all bees, comb, honey, and brood (eggs, larvae, and pupae) and thoroughly clean the area to keep pests away and prevent any structural damage.


After removal, we re-home the bees & their hive, then relocate them to local farms and gardens throughout Kohala, Hawaiʻi. 

Here they can continue to fulfill their important role of pollination and truly benefit everyone in the community.


As soon as the removal is complete, we promptly seal up the cavity and repair any damage. 

This is the most important step in preventing future bee swarms from re-inhabiting the same place. 

We are sure to leave your place in better condition than when we arrived. 


Nalo meli n. Honey bee (Apis mellifera). Lit., honey fly.


Honey bees are vital to a sustainable island ecosystem as key pollinators of our food resources and producers of honey, beeswax, and other products of the hive.


We value their important role in the environment and the truth is simple.

We ALL need bees.


Let's work together to save the bees.