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Corpus Christi, TX
Hexagon Natural

Serving South Texas. At Hexagon Natural it is our mission to provide safe and effective live Honeybee removal from home, businesses, and other structures with the health and safety of humans, animals, and bees being paramount.

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Premier Businesses in Corpus Christi, TX

Speedy's Termite & Pest Control
  • • Bee Removal Specialists
  • • Residential & Commercial
  • • Senior Citizen & Church Discounts
(361) 664-2173
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Bee Safe Bee Removal
  • • Live Honey Bee Removal
  • • Yellow Jackets, Wasps, Cicada Killers, Bumble Bees, Carpenter Bees & Hornets
  • • Bee Warranty
(888) 421-2278
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Rick's Live Bee Removal
  • • Live Honey Bee Removal
  • • Commercial, Residential & Industrial
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(361) 222-1344
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Things To Do in Corpus Christi, TX

Fulton OysterfestFulton Oysterfest

Get to shuckin' at the Fulton Oysterfest. The festival features carnival rides, games, food, an oyster eating contest, live music and lots more on the beautiful Rockport-Fulton bayfront.

 
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Aransas Pass Aquatic CenterAransas Pass Aquatic Center

Have some fun in the sun at the Aransas Pass Aquatic Center. The family fun attraction is equipped with water slides, and a 50,000-gallon kiddie pool to ensure the whole family has a splashing-good time. Remember to use sunscreen!

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Katz 21 Steak & SpiritsKatz 21 Steak & Spirits

For red-blooded American men, nothing screams "romance" like a big, juicy steak. Ladies, when it's your turn to plan date night, treat your man to a romantic dinner at Katz 21 Steak & Spirits. The restaurant has a little something for everyone, including top-shelf drinks, live music and of course, delicious food.

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Padre Island National SeashorePadre Island National Seashore

Padre Island National Seashore, the longest undeveloped stretch of barrier island in the world, has more than 133,000 acres of protected, natural beaches, white sand dunes, thriving grassland, saltwater marshes and a host of untouched wildlife. The 113-mile island is the perfect place for saltwater fishing, beachcombing, camping, hiking, boating, off-road adventures, and more. Stop by the Malaquite Beach Visitor Center for information, maps, fishing licenses, or a picnic. Experience the island in its natural state with primitive camping, which is allowed in any spot along the entire length of the beach. Year-round inhabitants include coyotes, white-tail deer, peregrine falcons, kangaroo rats, and jackrabbits.

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