Bee Swarming Season is here!

Bee Swarming Season is here!

The bee swarming season has arrived. Firstly we recommend proofing any chimneys or areas where bees can ingress your property. If you do have a swarm appear in your garden do not be alarmed as they are unlikely to sting although the noise can be quite unnerving. A swarm is a cluster of bees, often about the size of a rugby ball, but sometimes larger. There may be some flying bees too, but most of them will be in a clump. Sometimes they’ll be spread out on a wall. Your first port of call is to contact your local beekeeping association to see if someone local can collect the swarm for free. (Cambridge Beekeeping Association: https://www.cbka.org.uk/services-to-the-public/swarm-collection/ )If they are unable to due to the location of the swarm or established colony then please contact us and we will do our best to conduct a live removal or advise on further action. For more information about bees see: https://www.skwardpestcontrol.co.uk/bee-control/

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