I'm new to beekeeping and I built a top bar hive and several swarm boxes. So, yesterday, I had bees starting to swarm to one of my bait boxes I put in my carport. I saw the main swarm fly overhead and it settled in a chestnut tree three houses down from me (~70 meters). They are about 25 feet up in the air and inaccessible to me. This morning, the swarm is still in the tree. And my swarm box still has lots of activity too from that swarm (~50-100 bees at a time).
Can I assume that the queen will be able to eventually find my swarm box or should I take more proactive measures? For example, should I put another swarm box (or my empty top bar hive) at the base of the tree to increase the chances of capturing it or just let nature take its course here? Or find someone with a boon and get the swarm out cut out as fast as possible?