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Free Removal | Rock's FREE Bee Removal, Mid-Michigan Hornet and Yellow Jacket Removal Service

Hornet Nest ExampleWe are looking for large gray paper nests that exposed or hidden.

Hornet Examples:

  • Play Sets
  • Trees
  • Peaks of Houses
  • Under Eaves
  • Etc.

Yellow Jacket Examples:

  • Crack In Siding
  • Shed
  • Eave or Soffit
  • Porch Cinder Block
  • Wall
  • Attic
  • Etc.

Dependent on our order status, we may be willing to drive 40 miles from Perry, Michigan to collect Nests FREE of charge assuming we have at least 2-3 other nests in the area. We will travel further under some circumstances.

The Removal Process

For Hornets:

Hornets are collected at night to ensure all bees have returned to their nest. Although not naturally aggressive to humans, these stinging insects will attack if their nest is being threatened (mainly if the nest is in the way of human traffic and/or vulnerable to vibrations).

The nests are carefully plucked from a tree limb, the peak of a house, under a deck, or any number of unimaginable places. The enclosed paper nests are made of chewed-up pieces of wood, which are prepared by the worker hornets. The round or oval-shaped enclosed paper nests are captured and then transported by car back home. Insects are then frozen, sorted, and shipped out at the end of the season.

Yellow Jackets:

Because the Yellow Jacket nests are well-hidden and possibly deep inside a structure, they are collected by way of vacuums and custom made traps. A nearby outlet connected by a lengthy extension cord IS NEEDED to supply the vacuum with a source of power.

Why Is It Free?

At the end of the season, the end of October, the Rockafellows send out their prize possessions to a laboratory where the venom is extracted from each hornet or yellow jacket, one at a time. The process is tiresome and tedious, but the end result helps many people who are allergic to their powerful sting. The venom is used to create a serum to help ensure a more mild reaction, thus keeping more people out of the hospital.

Quick Facts About Hornets