This is really important – it seems that bees may be swarming early this year and they may well need looking after. There’s a good video to watch too.
Read this from the British Beekeepers Association …
Do you have a honeybee swarm?
go HERE to find your local swarm collector.
Beekeepers are often approached about winged, flying creatures, especially in the spring and summer period, when they are their most active simply working and are no cause for alarm.
This part of the BBKA website is to help you find out what kind of insect you have and therefore what to do about it. The most common insects are honeybees, bumblebees and wasps. There are other kinds of insects that are confused with these.
This section shows how to identify honeybees or a swarm of honeybees and provides information to help you know what to do.