Swarm Removal Contact List
Beekeepers listed may be called upon to remove honey bee swarms – loose groups of bees that are not living in structures. (If you have bees in a house, tree, or other structure, refer to our Cut-out List.)
Before calling, please be sure that you are dealing with honey bees and not wasps, hornets, or other types of bees. For more information, see our page on Problem and Unwanted Bees.
Once you are quite sure that you do, in fact, have honey bees, please be ready to provide the following information:
If the swarm leaves, please call the beekeeper back right away to let them know. Swarm season is a busy time for beekeepers, so it is nice to save them a trip.
If you are a swarm-catching beekeeper and would like to be on MBA's swarm removal list, we'd love to hear from you! You must be a member of MBA to be included on the list. Once you are a member, you simply need to update your profile to be included on the swarm removal list. We need at a minimum a contact name, city and county you are based in, and a contact number.
For help in updating your profile, follow the instructions in this link.