Honeybees may from time to time form a swarm, a natural mechanism for bees to proliferate by splitting one hive into two or more. While a swarm is generally very docile and harmless, they can be intimidating to those unaccustomed to the sight. If you spot a cluster of bees on a tree branch, fence post, or other area of your property, a member of the Huguenot Beekeeper's Association would be happy to remove it for you. By allowing HBA to intervene, these bees will be given the greatest chance of becoming a strong and successful new colony. The members below are experienced with swarm removal and may be contacted to assist.