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Have you seen a bee swarm? We can help!
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In the springtime, a colony of bees instinctively tries to reprodcue by splitting into 2 groups, 1 group stays in the existing home, the other group leaves and looks for another place to live.  When a group of bees are seen handing in a cluster like the picture, this is a swarm, and many beekeepers would love an opportunity to capture them, and place them in a standard beehive on their property.


Members of NEOBA provide this service free of change.

If you see a group of bees, please give us a call, and we will locate a beekeeper near you to come and gather the bees! 
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