Suspect That You Have a Swarm or Colony of Honeybees?
If you have a swarm of honeybees, text (780) two three five – zero two two three. If you are unsure that they’re honeybees, please take the quick quiz below.
Swarming is a natural honeybee behaviour and occurs when a colony splits itself in two. When a healthy hive gathers enough resources, the queen and two-thirds of her workers will leave in search of a new home. The remaining bees will raise a new queen and continue at the original site. Swarming is how one honeybee colony creates another.