We had a bad wind storm here tuesday night. I was called to capture a small swarm. They had started making a hive on a limb of a pecan tree. It was about five feet off the ground, but were in a ball like a swarm. I cut the limb they were on, but noticed wax comb on a limb above. No eggs, or finished comb, because this was only 1-1/2 days after first storm. we also had a heavy storm here last night. Any how i put the swarm ball in a plastic bucket, with a 8-inch #8 screen wire lid cut into a 5-gal. plastic bucket from walmart. When I got to the farm, i put them into the shade, 2-1/2 hours later most of the bees looked liked they were dying, laying on the bottom of the bucket on there side. some were still flying at the top next to the screen. Maybe i should have left them in the pickup bed so the wind could have blown on them. i finally hived them, with #8 screen wire bottom, on a raised stand, with a top entrance. On the way to the farm, i kept them in the cab with me, with the a/c on to help keep them cool. it was near 90-degrees, with high humidity. What should I do different next time?