Beeswild Today
Your Donation Helps to save Bees!

Local bee farms recommend us if people need bees to be removed from their property. We save the bees from being extinct by poisons that are used to kill them.

We remove the colonies professional, sustainably and resettle the colonies to safe habitats. In order for us to be able to do this, we have to set up beehives, using exclusively Flow Bee Hives, in which the bees are resettled. Each apiary costs approximately 300USD.

We do not receive any public support for our work, our clients will never ever receive an invoice from us which is why we are dependent on donations.

Are you wondering why we do not charge for bee removal? Well, most people simply have no money to pay for the removal of the bees, which is why they are forced to take the easiest option, killing the bees with poisons. Killing bees means we all are losing!

We bear the costs for the care of the bees as well as for the harvest of the honey. We donate the honey, unfortunately, we are not allowed to market the honey commercially, because we need permits for this, which in turn require a commercial operation of the beekeeping, at the expense of the bees, would presuppose. Please help us and with it the bees and, in the long run, humanity, your families, because the bees are primarily responsible for the pollination of the plants that are required for the nutrition of humanity, the food we all eat!

Please, help us with a donation, 1$, 100$, whatever, we appreciate any support!

Donate here: Your Donation Helps to save Bees!

Thank you & Bee happy!

Einstein on Bees "If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live. No more bees, no more pollination … no more men!" Albert Einstein                                                                                                      The recent concerns over a significant and mysterious decline in the population of pollinating honeybees (a phenomenon attributed to everything from global warming to insecticides to radiation from cell phone towers, and now thought to be the result of a fungus) has to be taken seriously. This truly sounds alarming: Bees are disappearing for reasons we can’t yet explain, and a certified genius such as Einstein noted long ago that if all the bees disappeared, we’d soon be following them into extinction. The US beekeepers’ warnings should have some heavyweight expert support. A pamphlet distributed quoted Albert Einstein. “If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live,” Einstein was quoted as saying. “No more bees, no more pollination … no more men!” Beekeepers claim that if they were forced out of business, the honey bee could be eradicated in the US since wild hives were already being decimated by a parasitic mite called varroa. Its a matter of fact: “The honey bee is threatened with a rapid decline.” If the bees became extinct, the impact would go well beyond the livelihoods of the US’s full-time beekeepers and hundreds of thousands of part-timers. Crops such as apples, pears, beans, and oilseeds need bees for pollination. It is estimated that 85 percent of the US’s wildflowers are pollinated by bees and the death of the flowers could have a major impact on wildlife. It’s going to be a chain reaction. Sightings:   Political comedian Bill Maher used the Einstein “bee” quote to begin his closing essay on the 20 April 2007 episode of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher.
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