Recently got called out to a local guys house that had cutten a tree down for firewood unknown to him that the red oak was home to a hive of bees. I had gotten called a few days after he had fallen the tree and went out and checked out the situation, seen that i was going to need all of my cut out supplies, only to return the next day to do the cut out to find that they had swarmed from there home in the tree onto a tree about 40 ft up into the tree a few feet away from the original hive tree. I had decided that the only way to possibly retrieve these bees was to place a 10 frame deep along with top board and bottom board with wax foundation frames and a couple of old drawn out brood frames and lemongrass oil added also for extra security, from everyone else's experiances what are the odds of these bees hiving thereselves into my hive that i placed on top of the old bee tree that had fallen. also i forgot to mention that when the tree had fallen it destroyed all of the hive and comb and honey inside there previous home. i have left the site for approx five days now going to go check in a few days and see what the results are. any other tips or ideas for me on this complex situatiuon. Thanks Bobby!