Aparisi Pest Prevention

Aparisi Pest Prevention
Aparisi Pest Prevention is listed in the Pest Control Services category in Tucson, Arizona. Displayed below is the only current social network for Aparisi Pest Prevention which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Aparisi Pest Prevention on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 36.

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Tucson, AZ 85728
(520) 886-3217

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  • Tucson, AZ 85728
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  • Phone: (520) 886-3217
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A word about bees... First off, bees are amazing. They are my favorite insect by far, the things they do are beyond comprehension and I do not enjoy killing them when the need arises. We are coming into the fall swarming season. A few of you have already had issues with bees. Here are some things I have learned over the years and would like to pass on to you. SWARM-- this is the clump of bees you see in a tree or in the eaves of your house. This is when you can actually see most of the bees in the open. This happens when the bees are looking for a new home and they have stopped to rest. They WILL leave that spot at some point, it might be 24 hours up to a few days if the weather is mild. Even if you can see some honeycomb being built, they will not stay there. It is too exposed for a successful hive. They also are NOT aggressive in a swarm. They are not interested in you and they do not have a hive to defend. So, even if they are Africanized bees it would be very unusual for them to attack. Leave them alone, WE DO NOT NEED TO KILL BEES THAT ARE SWARMING. HIVE-- this is when they have set up a permanent home. It is usually in an opening in a wall, roof, or some hollow structure like a hollow tree. You generally only see a few at a time coming and going through a crack. Most of the bees are inside the structure, protected from sun, wind and rain. In this state they can be aggressive and if they are Africanized, they WILL defend their hive. Do not agitate a bee hive unless you know what you are doing and are wearing protective equipment. In almost every situation the bees need to be killed and the honeycomb removed, sad but true. I see a lot of posts that say, call XXX they will come get them for free. I have not had first hand experience of a beekeeper being interested in local hives or swarms because the chances are they are Africanized. What I have heard is this, "if (this and that) I would have removed them for free, but in this case there is going to be a charge." If you have questions about a bee situation feel free to call and we can discuss it. I have been doing bee services for 25 years, I also provide pest control, termite control and weed service.

After 25 years bugs get a little mundane, but the animals I see keep it interesting like this twin tailed lizard!

Sorry guys, but it's time to go.

New hard hat :)

Black widow