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  1. #1
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    Dec 1999
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    DuPage County, Illinois USA
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    Default North Dakota

    What is needed:


    • zip code, city or county
    • date when the bees swarmed or when you found the swarm.
    • comments - example: if the swarm came from your hive, or if you were called to pick up a swarm, how long was it there. This is not for cutouts unless the bees just took up residence and are not established. It would also be great to include a small photo of the swarm.



    This forum is not for general discussion.
    Regards, Barry

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  3. #2
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    Feb 2017
    Location
    Fargo, North Dakota
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    Default Re: North Dakota

    58103, Fargo, Cass Co.
    05/15/17
    Called to a truck stop to remove a swarm from a tree. I was called out on the 16th. Manager said swarm was there the day before. Manager said that commercial bee hauling trucks that come to fill up often leave a swarm behind. I am unsure whether this is a legitimate swarm, or simply a bunch of bees that were left behind and then clustered on a tree to shelter from the rain. We'll find out in a couple weeks. Cluster is about as big as my hand.IMG_0202.jpg

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