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<~ This is what a Honeybee Swarm looks like. Honeybees in this state are just waiting for their scout bees to find a new home and are usually very docile unless threatened. PLEASE DO NOT SPRAY ANYTHING ON THEM!!

Swarm season usually occurs in Northern CT from late April to early July. If you find a swarm of honey bees on your property in or around Burlington, CT and would like a beekeeper to give them a new home, PLEASE TEXT ME AND SEND A PICTURE OR VIDEO of the swarm (or send me a voicemail and I will return your call as soon as possible.)

*********PLEASE SEND ME A PICTURE OR VIDEO OF THE SWARM***************
(860) 299-6870

I do not remove wasp, hornets or yellowjackets. If you're not sure, show me your picture or video and I'll be happy to help you determine if they are honeybees or not.

I am able to hive swarms that are not too dangerously high off the ground, and only if they are EXTERIOR to any home structure. I am not equipped to do any demolition to homes, permanent structures or sheds.

Thank you for not exterminating these lovely creatures!

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