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Rate schedule below.
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Did you know? Winter removals are easier on the bees, and rates are 10% off for December and January removals. We also offer seniors over 65 this discount.

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Contact Information

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Phone: 832-248-8313 Jennifer Scott, the Bee Wranger, Houston, Texas

The Bee Wrangler removes bees and relocates them to carefully-selected farms in the Houston, Texas area, where they pollinate crops and produce honey. Our approach is organic and sustainable. We do not expose our customers or our bees to poisons or pesticides.

In conjunction with the Harris County Beekeepers Associaion, all colonies are provided with a new hive and opportunity to prosper in a new environment, whether in the city or on a farm. We always keep our bees away from poisons, and we do not feed them cane sugar, corn syrup, or other nectar substitutes.

Location

Houston and neighboring counties

License

The Bee Wrangler is Insured [1] and holds a State Permit [1, 2]

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Rates
Bee Removal rates are per colony. Jen cannot provide a discount for multiple colonies at a single location. We thank you for your understanding.
December and January removals booked by November 1 are 30% off these rates.
Travel (from Alvin, Texas) Inside 610 loop: $20
North outside Beltway 8: $50
50-100 miles: $100
100-150 miles: $200
150-300 miles: $500
Miles above 300: $2.50/mile
Honey The Bee Wrangler's honey is available exclusively through the Zelko Bistro, located in the Heights district of Houston.


Zelko Bistro is the exclusive retailer of honey produced by The Bee Wrangler

Zelko Bistro
705 East 11th Street
Houston, TX 77008-7111
713.880.8691
www.zelkobistro.com
Removal from Structure Above Reach with 27-foot ladder Please call for quote
Removal from tree branch- exposed honeycomb $120.00* however if inside of a cavity then call Andrew @ mytreesHouston.net 713 805-9949 for a quote. If limb can be cut down he is the one to do it.
Removal from 2-story structure, eve height up to 27 feet $400-600*+
Removal from Structure Up to One Story $300-400*, plus $100 if inside entry is required+
Simple Removal $60 - $200*

State tax applies.
*All removal fees dependent on ease of access and size of honey comb
+Removal inside brick structures, add $150

As a result of how we handle bees and work with farmers and chefs, our honey is the finest available. The quality and purity have been independently lab-tested and recognized for culinary excellence by Zelko Bistro (Houston, TX), who chose The Bee Wrangler as their exclusive source of honey, following systematic search for the best honey in Texas. Zelko Bistro is one of two of The Bee Wrangler's food service partners, the only restaurant or bistro where our honey is available. Pat Greer's kitchen (in the Montrose area) is our other- a plant based raw foods outlet.. We wanted Zelko Bistro to be one of our retailers of honey, because
  • Zelko Bistro is the best there is in handling food. Just drop by and see for yourself.
  • Working together, the Zelko Bistro and The Bee Wrangler provide the finest honey available anywhere.
  • Leadership in protecting and enhancing the food chain, where beekeeping and honey production is just one of their many pursuits on behalf of public good.
The chefs at Zelko Bistro provide the final touches in making our honey ready for the retail market. Zelko Bistro handles extraction, filtering, testing, packaging, and labeling our honey. Zelko
Preserving the wild bee gene pool is vital to health of the global ecosystem. According to The Bee Wrangler, man-made and incorrectly-fed bees, such as those in most common used by large scale pollination companies, have higher rates of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). Bees in the care of The Bee Wrangler have substantially-improved survival rates than average commercial honey bees, because the bees' natural defenses and vitality of the hives are more stronger, more healthy, and more active. Due to their genetic variability, wild bees are able to withstand disease and parasite without the use of harmful chemicals. The Bee Wrangler is proud to provide bees for the Houston Heights Bee Project in Houston's Heights district. We also sell bees through Wabash feed store in Houston.

Services

  • Bee Removal
  • Bee Relocation
  • Removal of wax honey comb (can attract rodents and other scavengers if left in place)
  • Customer keeps 90% of the honey. 10% of the honey stays with the bees, to feed them in their new home.
  • No Poisons or Pesticides
  • Reasonable Rates
  • More Cost Effective Than Pest Control
  • Free Estimates
Watch and Listen to Jenny, the Bee Wrangler
This video starts with buzzing bees, collected through gentle vacuum hose, followed by removal of an arm-sized honey comb, made of pure bees wax. Jenny calms the bees and nervous homeowners with her voice and composure. February 8, 2012. Duration: 2 minutes 13 seconds.
  • Where the bees go when I leave

    Where the bees go when I leave

    I hive them in my own hives or in this case a Wabash Feed Store hive. They are for sale only through the store. I am proud to work with folks who care about the bees! The queen bee is in the little cage on top of the hive. December 05, 2014 - 8:22 am
  • you Tube

    you Tube

    jenniferjoscott2bee is my channel. See recent jobs there. My bees pollinate my neighbors Satsumas. January 04, 2014 - 4:49 pm
  • New apiary by the San Bernard river

    New apiary by the San Bernard river

    Now I am also keeping bees on a friends place out west- nice and cool in the shade for the bees! They love being away from the city. July 15, 2013 - 8:25 pm
  • Another bee wrangler

    Another bee wrangler

    My son John is learning the trade and will be helping me on my jobs this summer. He enjoys working with the bees. May 24, 2013 - 5:37 am
  • Bees on farms

    Bees on farms

    When you keep bees on farms sometimes things go wrong. A huge wind blew a tree over right between the hives @ Gundermann farm. I had to go move them to another shady spot. May 20, 2013 - 5:48 am
  • Bees between floors

    Bees between floors

    These girls were happy between the 1st and 2nd floor of a house in South Houston. See video of other jobs on my u-tube-jenniferjoscottt2bee- April 15, 2013 - 5:32 am
  • Bees under a manhole

    Bees under a manhole

    Down in a pipe in West Houston this colony was growing quickly. Spring is here now! March 21, 2013 - 7:07 am
  • Moody Gardens herb fair

    Moody Gardens herb fair

    Yesterday I was at the herb fair talking about the importance of bees for the garden. My aquarium observation hive was with me, it is headed to the bee gazebo in the Houston livestock show next, to join my hive there already. March 01, 2013 - 9:20 am
  • Apiary ready to grow

    Apiary ready to grow

    A view of the Alvin area apiary with its 80+ hives. A newcomer in the front is the round sculpture next to the barrel with a hive on it. It has a happy colony of bees inside. I am taking one of these colonies and an o.b. hive to the bee gazebo in the Houston rodeo. February 22, 2013 - 10:53 am
  • Acton Mobile Industries

    Acton Mobile Industries

    Under a trailer at the main facility in North Houston, these girls were happy. Now they are happy in a big hive out in Alvin. Spring is here! February 22, 2013 - 10:40 am
 
 

The Bee Wrangler's Mission

Remove bees with no harm to the bees or to the environment. Pesticides are never used in removals or in mite control for our hives; we use screen bottoms on the hive box for ventilation and for control of the Varroa mite.  Aggressive colonies are re-queened with the hardier Russian bees which are kept at all our farms and at the Houston apiary and genetic testing is available through Texas A&M to determine if the Africanized gene is present.  Upon completion of the removal, we make every effort to minimize impact on structures, and provide contact information to reputable contractors with experience in returning the house/structure to the condition it was in prior to removal. We provide necessary pollination services and sell honey at local farmer's markets. We do this to ensure that locally grown produce and honey are available to the Houston community. This creates an intimate relationship between the land, the food and the people, perpetuating respect for all beings involved in this dynamic process.

Other Bee-Related Services

Interested in apitherapy? E-mail or call if you desire live bees for apitherapy!

Need Bees for your farm or garden? I am always looking for new apiaries.

Inspiration from My Daughter in Hawaii

Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono

"The Life of the Land is Perpetuated in Righteousness."

Hawai'i State Motto, Words to Live By


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