I have a swarm of honey bees on a bush what can I do?

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Honey Bee swarm in tree

Generally, suppose you have a swarm of honey bees gathered on a bush, a wall or somewhere similar. In that case, this is because they are resting or they’re gathering their numbers as they’re looking for a new home.

Usually, within a day or a few hours, the Swarm will disappear. However, you could look for a local beekeeper who will be able to give you some guidance.

In the summer months, honey bees split the existing colonies to start a new Hive in a different location. They take supplies of pollen and honey, which they need to begin their new hive.