Bee of the Month: Squash Bees


Summer is the crucial period to plant your pumpkins and squash for the upcoming fall season. By the time the more cooling season arrives, you have a lush bounty of these vegetables to decorate your home with or make recipes for the upcoming holidays. The little helpers you need by your side for a bountiful harvest are the squash bees, … Read More

3 Preventative Steps to Take To Avoid an Africanized Beehive

With summer in full force, it is the prime time for a swarm of Africanized honey bees, and it is critical to avoid a hive of this aggressive bee type. Preventative care against Africanized bees in the season for these little buzzers helps you prevent an incident from occurring in your home. The aggression of these bees makes them dangerous … Read More

The Importance of Bees for Your Vegetable Garden


Many people believe bees flying near your new vegetable garden is a bad thing—this couldn’t be further from the truth. Bee pollination for your vegetables leads to the success of a good harvest. If bees don’t pollinate your pumpkin flower, it might not begin the growing process for your crop, and you won’t have a jack o’ lantern for your … Read More

Types of Bees: The Buzzing Guide


Not all bees are alike, even while they buzz through our ears in the height of the Spring season. There are so many bee types—they can pollinate every flower to pop up from the ground. Each kind of bee has an importance in the pollination of our vegetables and plants. Their characteristics also have a broad range from gentle buzzers … Read More

Is All Bee Honey Edible?


Honey is the nature’s sweetener and serves more than something to add to your tea or biscuits. It has the power of an anti-inflammatory agent, which means you can use it for those pesky pimples. But all bees produce honeycombs, but is it edible honey you can use? If you have a hive building in your home, you might want … Read More

4 Facts to Know about Africanized Bees

honeycomb with bees

The sounds of buzzing in your backyard are often the soundtrack to your Spring or Summer, but what kind of bees are flying around your area? There are so many bees who probably fly through your yard but what are some things to know about Africanized bees? We are here to give you facts about Africanized bees to help you … Read More

4 Ways You can Help Save the Bees


What do you know about the importance of our bee population in our everyday lives? We often think they invade our homes and provide us with delicious honey. But there is more the bee can affect with the decline of their populations due to the growing use of pesticides for our crops. It’s time to save the bees and help … Read More

Spring into Action: What to Do If You Notice a Africanized Beehive


Have you noticed a larger population of bees in and around your home? You have searched through your entire house and didn’t find the source of where they are coming from, and it is something to worry. Then, your search leads you to the Africanized beehive, so what do you do now? We are here to help you with handling … Read More

3 Signs You Might Have an Africanized Beehive


Spring is in the air, and the vegetation and insects are out in full force. Africanized honey bees also like to come out to play during this season. Awareness of Africanized bees is essential for you to avoid the possibilities of the aggressive species of bees to invade your home. They are known to build their hives in specific awkward … Read More

Bee Master Las Vegas Interviewed on Channel 3

Channel 3 news interviewed our own Daniel Millett of Bee Master Las Vegas yesterday.  Daniel talked to the reporter about what may have caused a recent bee attack and what you could do to avoid a bee attack. Here is a link to the video- Channel 3- Bee Master Las Vegas Interview