Government officials can enter your property without permission if they have reasonable suspicion of bees or mosquitoes in Florida:
A Florida County has declared war on killer bees.
Commissioners in Martin County have unanimously passed an ordinance allowing county employees to go onto private property without permission to kill Africanized bees and treat areas where mosquitoes are breeding.
Of course, if you have a threatening dog on your property, they can now shoot it before applying insecticide, and you wouldn’t mind if they took a look around while they’re there, would you? What do you have to hide?