Abell Celebrates World Honey Bee Day!

On Saturday August 21st, Abell will celebrate World Honey Bee Day again Bee’cause we care!

Beehive Relocation
Sponsorships
Employee Bee Keeping Program
And more!
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Employee Bee Keeping Program

We put out the call to Abell employees across the country who would like to start their own amateur bee farms.

Abell is providing the training. The interest from our amateur future bee keepers has been overwhelming.

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Sponsorship

From 2017, Abell is pledging $25,000 in scholarships over the next 5 years as part of Abell’s on-going Bursary Program. This will advance the science and learning of this important research program. We believe the solution to the plight of the bee starts with truly understanding the nature of the problem.

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Bee Swarm Relocation

Abell Connects Bee Keepers With Bee Swarm Problems

Abell Pest Control routinely coordinates honey bee swarm relocations.

We connect people with bee swarms problems with bee-keepers willing to safely remove them.

 

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Abell Celebrates World Honey Bee Day!
Join Us on August 21, 2021 as we celebrate World Honey bee Day! World Honey Bee Day recognizes honey bees and beekeepers. It also encourages everyone to enjoy and buy locally grown pure honey. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HOW CAN WE OBSERVE World Honey Bee Day? Collect and spread local wildflower seeds to promote honey bee pollination • Replace your sweetener with honey for the day • Give the gift of honey to a friends and family.

Bees Are Pollinators

Bees and other beneficial insects pollinate plants, allowing them to reproduce. We learned about this in public school. That act of pollination occurs when a bee is collecting pollen.

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Bees Make Honey!

Bees help feed us through pollination, but they also make honey! One of nature’s most incredible and natural foods.

 

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Bees Need Help

It’s commonly accepted that since 2006 there has been a drastic reduction in bee colonies in North America for honey bees, bumble bees and other wild bees. The worker bees leave and do not return.

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What are we doing?

Bee Swarm Relocation

Abell Pest Control coordinates honeybee swarm relocations, in partnership with local beekeepers, in an effort to preserve bee swarms that are posing a risk to public health safety.

Abell Sponsorship

In 2020, Abell is in our 4th year of pledging $25,000 in scholarships over 5 years as a part of Abell’s on-going Bursary Program. This will advance the science and learning of this important research program.

Bee Keeping Program

The folks here at Abell are insect experts, often called on to control insects that pose health risks to humans.  But we are also fascinated by insects that are beneficial to humans.  And we want to help.

Abell Partners and Associations
About Abell Pest Control

Abell Pest Control is a family-owned Canadian company dedicated to providing effective, professional and courteous service in pest management.  Founded in 1924, Abell now employs several hundred people with branch offices across Canada and the United States.