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I currently have swarm boxes that are needing to be cut out. If you need bees let me know, maybe we can help each other out.
Wisteria st., Wellington - box placed 3/17 swarm caught 5/17 /// new box placed 6/17 swarm caught 5 days later ///
Rubber Tree dr., Lake Worth - box placed 5/20/17 swarm caught 6/16/17 /// Mango & Sunset, Royal Palm Bch. - box placed 3/17 swarm caught 5/17
10000 blk Northlake Blvd. W.P.B., box placed 4/1/17 swarm caught 4/4/17 /// box replaced 4/12/17 swarm caught 5/20/17
159th Ct N, PB Gardens - box placed 5/17 swarm caught 6/22/17
Set up two swarm boxes on my property at 7085 154th Court North, Palm Beach Country Estates
John Bickley 3/14/17 added a swarm box at my house, in lake worth, Sunset Park 33460.
Jim Gallagher - primary swarm - March 3, 2017 - 7539 High Ridge Road, Boynton Beach
They swarming early -- get your swarm traps up!
Caught a swarm on August 26,2016 at E. Lake Rd. Palm Springs, FL. Not my first swarm here.
Swarm Box added to Frog Alley Community Garden at 250 SW 4th Ave, Delray Beach July 2016. Hoping to catch a swarm to start our hives. No luck so far -Angela Ramirez.
I am interested in helping, but I am a new bee. Also, have a two of hives set up on my property but I need some bees. Was going to catch bees from a tree on my property, but they swarmed and left before I was set up; and, they ignored the top bar hive I had set up 10 feet from the tree. Location is 7085 154th Court North, Palm Beach Garden Estates, Fl. 33418 Will take and give a good home to swarming bees! 305-365-3777 John
I placed a Swarm Box about 10' up in a mango tree at 398 SW 14th PL, Boca Raton, FL 33432 on May 1, 2016. A swarm moved in on June 21st.
Set up our first swarm box, got our fingers crossed.
Location SW 248th St & 187th Ave Homestead, FL
Congratulations! Good Catch :)
Placed a swarm box in Davie at 14601 SW 17th CT.
Attempted bee removal at this location, however owner had previously fumigated hive that was inside wall, killing thousands of bees. Owner said he did not poison bees but the piles of dead bees and empty gallon of insect fogger solution proved a different story. The live bees he still had were neighborhood bees coming in to collect honey from the dead colony. We removed all comb to stop the other bees from coming and we placed a swarm box in the event that the bees that were coming for the left overs were feral bees.
Swarm Box @ 27.43420,-80.35013 is now occupied. I will relocate them to the bee yard early Saturday morning.
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