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Swarm Removel

 

Do you have a swarm of "Honey Bees" are you sure they are  "honey Bees"? Here are some photos of swarms.

 

 

 oyouf DDBdo you know they are honey bees?How do you know they are honey bees?
Honey bees are golden brown in color. They are a little bit fuzzy with stripes on their abdomen.
(See photos beloCALL A NWIBA MEMBER TO REMOVE IT FOR YOU:
The Northwest Indiana Beekeepers Association assumes no responsibility
for swarm removals performed by club member

 

 

CALL A NWIBA MEMBER TO REMOVE IT FOR YOU:
The Northwest Indiana Beekeepers Association assumes no responsibilty
for swarm removals performed by club members.
Arrangements should be made solely with person removing bees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you have a swarm of bees?     

 

 

How do you know they are honey bees?
Honey bees are golden brown in color. They are a little bit fuzzy with stripes on their abdomen.
(See photos below) They will be in a cluster (or look like a ball of bees) under a picnic table,
on a fence post, on a tree branch or any number of places.
They may have made a hive in the walls of your house or garage too.
They do not form a paper nest of any sort. Those are wasps.
None of our beekeepers are interested in removing those.
You will have to call an exterminator for wasps.
If you find a swarm of bees it is important to contact a beekeeper immediately!
Do not spray them with any type of insecticide! And don't wait!!!

this is a "Honey Bee"

 

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