If you think you have a swarm…

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If you think you have a swarm of honey bees, and although the sight and sound of a swarm of honey bees can cause alarm, the honey bees are too busy taking care of their precious queen to be interested in you.


Caution is advised all the same, and you shouldn’t get too close.


What should you do?


The first step is to identify that they are honey bees.  We receive many calls about swarms that turn out to not be honey bees after all.


Please click on this link and follow the advice – if they are honey bees, a volunteer from the Association will try to  collect them.

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