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There are about 200 colonies 50 yards from this bush. Swarms in this yard tend to get a bit large....

here is what it looks like just a bit down the hill from the swarm.
 

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@Mr. BeemanThose are the nucs that didn't fare so well on the trip from florida to Pennsylvania, I set them to the side for a week or so and recheck them, they normally bounce back very well and get sold.
 

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What the heck? They landed within an arm's length of the ground? My last swarm landed 40 feet off the ground in the top of a Ponderosa pine tree. Nothing like hauling a modified vacuum cleaner up 40 feet and vacuuming them all up! :eek:

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