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Bees

Bee kind × bee friendly

 

 

Our goal is to... assist, educate and share with fellow beekeepers; to educate the public in matters related to honey bees and beekeeping; To promote beekeeping by creating a positive image of honey bees, beekeeping and bee products; To advocate for and help support a healthy environment for bees.

 

Phone

Jimmy Trujillo Chair                     (808) 346-7725

Located on the Garden Island of Kaua'i

Kaua'i Beekeepers Association
c/o KCC Apiary
Kaua'i Community College
3-1901 Kaumuali'i Hwy
ihue, HI 9676

 

Rescue and Removal

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This page is to help errant bees find a better place to reside. Often honeybee colonies will relocate themselves. This relocation process, known as 'swarming', can occur for a variety of reasons. When swarms happen the colony of honeybees leaves its former home and attempts to find a new one. This can bee an abandoned vehicle or household appliance. Often the swarm will first land on an object near the original hive location and gather in a cluster or mass of bee like you see in the pictures to the right.

Local Keepers

Call a local beekeeper to help find a home for your unwanted bees. 808 area code for all #'s beelow unless otherwise noted.

Call a local beekeeper to help find a home for your unwanted bees. 808 area code for all #'s beelow unless otherwise noted.

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Our goal is to... assist, educate and share with fellow beekeepers; to educate the public in matters related to honey bees and beekeeping; To promote beekeeping by creating a positive image of honey bees, beekeeping and bee products; To advocate for and help support a healthy environment for bees.

Our goal is to... assist, educate and share with fellow beekeepers; to educate the public in matters related to honey bees and beekeeping; To promote beekeeping by creating a positive image of honey bees, beekeeping and bee products; To advocate for and help support a healthy environment for bees.