Swarming honey bees.
With bee colonies in decline, swarms are precious. This is Nature's way of making a new colony. Typically a swarm consists of 10 to 20 thousand honeybees. A swarm usually settles on a tree or building as a dense football-sized cluster.
1. If you discover a swarm in your garden, phone one of our swarm collectors without delay (the closer the better)
2. Although swarms are usually good tempered, they should only be approached by an experienced beekeeper.
If you cannot contact a collector, please phone our SCBKA Swarm Coordinator: - Richard Guy: 01491 636323 or 07984 485244
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