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  • Willie the Bee man

    A swarm of 5,000 bees on your property might make you panic — but not Willie the Bee Man. No hive’s location can surprise him anymore: He has removed bees from homes, trees, telephone poles, flower pots, sailboat masts, barbeque pits and plane wings from Miami to Palm Beach. He once removed a hive the size of a Volkswagen Beetle from a townhome in Doral.

Willie the Bee man

A swarm of 5,000 bees on your property might make you panic — but not Willie the Bee Man. No hive’s location can surprise him anymore: He has removed bees from homes, trees, telephone poles, flower pots, sailboat masts, barbeque pits and plane wings from Miami to Palm Beach. He once removed a hive the size of a Volkswagen Beetle from a townhome in Doral.
Alecia Richards The Miami Herald