See a large group of bugs hanging from a tree branch? This majestic sight is known as a swarm.
A swarm is the result of a beehive splitting from or fleeing their hive. As much as 60,000 bees make up a swarm. At this time most of the bees are unable to sting you since they have ingested large amounts of their honey reserves for relocation requirements, their abdomens are incapable of producing their stinger.
However, if you are allergic, or unaware of any allergies to bee stings, please avoid close contact with the swarm, and call us! We will be happy to help with swarm relocation in a timely, efficient and professional manner.
Call : 306-227-7169
Two bottom photos courtesy of Honeycomb Industries