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Swarms

2014-Tavi-Logo_grid-png-word-DJPHere you will find information on swarms of bees and what they are doing, and how to deal with them sensibly; it is important that swarms of Bees are treated carefully and with respect to ensure they; and you, remain happy and healthy.

Please follow the advice on who to contact in your local area as they will be able to help more quickly than someone from further afield. Please remember that often the swarm collection service is offered by local beekeepers on a voluntary basis.

Beekeepers who offer the Voluntary swarm collection services may request a small fee to cover their expenses in providing this service. – WebBee

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