FIRST, call your selected beekeeper's phone number.
If you receive a voicemail, please select a different beekeeper.
THEN, click 'CONFRIM' to assign this beekeeper to the swarm.
We will email your submitted swarm report to the beekeeper.
All are welcome to become members of Honey Bees 911. If you have ten hives, one-hundred hives, or no hives, you are encouraged to sign up to help preserve and protect honey bees throughout the country and our world.
Please complete the following form:
This will be your username for Honey Bees 911.
Your email address will not be shared or advertised, and it will remain private within our service.
Your phone number will not be advertised. It will only be revealed to a reporter if you are selected as a nearby swarm catcher.
(Please include your area code.)
Where do you live?
(Begin typing in search box for location autofill)
Prince Edward Island
By letting us know which city you live in, you are making it possible for us to connect you with swarm reports in your area. This is required so that we can efficiently and effectively link reporters and beekeepers.
Would you like to register as a local swarm chaser?
I want to receive calls to retrieve swarms
just member status
Please enter the name of the association you have membership with. At this time, you are NOT required to be affiliated with a beekeeper group in order to be a registered swarm catcher. Some beekeepers are members of multiple organizations. If you are, please share that with us, so that we know more about area coverage throughout the country.
Beekeeper Association 1:
Beekeeper Association 2:
Beekeeper Association 3:
Please indicate which services you are available for:
Approximately how far are you willing to travel for a swarm?
(This is the distance from your city's center.)
Please enter a numeric value in 'Miles.'
Create a secure password to access your account. You will be able to log in and see your swarm capture history as well as update the status of a relocated colony.
Please enter any additional information you would like to include with your profile. Beekeepers can share some history about their beekeeping. For swarm cathers, reporters would like to know your experience and qualifiations, any fees that you may charge and why, as well as certain times and days that you are likely to be available. The 'Availability' section can be used to share secondary locations and travel details.
How would you rate your experience with swarm capturing? This information is for internal use, and we will keep your response private from the public. In the future, we may implement a mentor service to help beginners become more experienced.
I'm new to swarm capturing
I've captured several swarms before
I have thorough experience with swarm captures
Complete your profile with a picture. Reporters like to 'see' who they are communicating with.
Upload profile pic
(.jpg or .png , 10 MB limit)
Share your beekeeping website if you have a personal page or an apiary business.
Please share any thoughts, ideas, or comments you have about the program so that we can continue to improve Honey Bees 911.
READ THIS IMPORTANT MESSAGE:
By clicking 'SUBMIT', you acknowledge that HONEY BEES 911 LLC does not endorse nor insure the services of any beekeeper ("swarm rescuer") listed on its website. In addition, HONEY BEES 911 LLC cannot be held responsible nor liable for any damages that may occur to you or your property as a result of beekeeper services.
With the submission of this report, you accept the
set forth by HONEY BEES 911 LLC relative to this web service, and you respect the intent of its mission to help you, the beekeeper, and the honey bees. You, the reporter, are responsible for selecting a beekeeper whose services and experience you feel confident you can trust and benefit from.