Swarm season usually occurs in Northern CT from late April to early July. Honey bees swarm as a way to start a new honey bee colony. They are usually docile in this state unless threatened, and will hang in the clustered swarm with the queen while the scout bees look for their new home. PLEASE DO NOT SPRAY ANYTHING ON THEM!!
If you need assistance relocating the swarm within 10 miles of Burlington, CT, PLEASE TEXT ME AND SEND A PICTURE OR VIDEO of the swarm to (860) 299-6870
If I am able to access them I will be happy to give them a new home, provided that they are not too dangerously high off the ground, and only if they are EXTERIOR to any home structure. I am not a contractor and am not equipped to do cut outs.
Thank you for not exterminating these lovely creatures!
I do NOT remove wasp, hornets or yellowjackets. If you're not sure what type of bees you have, show me your picture or video and I'll be happy to help you determine if they are honey bees or not.