I started working with a bee extermination company last year as part of a science project for school.
I was a senior in high school back then and I still hadn’t decided what I wanted to do with the rest of my life yet.
I thought that it would be fun to do a beekeeping and honey project, but at that time, I couldn’t find a honey farm anywhere nearby where I could volunteer. But as I was online searching for different honey farms or beekeeping businesses to do my project, I ended up stumbling across a bee extermination company. I read about this business and found out that they don’t do examinations on bumble bees or honey bees, and so that made me feel better. I think that bees are so very important to our environment and so I didn’t want to have anything to do with exterminating honey bees or bumble bees. However, call me biased, but I don’t have any problems at all with getting rid of yellow jackets and wasps. When I talked to the owner of the bee extermination company, he assured me that most of their jobs involved getting rid of wasps and yellow jackets. I ended up doing a huge project about bees and getting a great grade on it. Not only that, but now I’m interested in bee eradication and rescue and I think I might go into business myself once I finish up with school in the spring. I never thought that my project would lead me to becoming a bee exterminator.