A wild spring swarm is a cluster of bees that have left their hive. You can usually find them temporarily hanging from a tree or bush during the springtime. During that time of year, the swarms will be relatively docile while they prepare to establish a new hive. This is the least expensive, but most dangerous method.
Put your swarm trap near your apiary or along a wood line about 10 to 15 feet up. It can be a Purchased swarm trap (pictured) an old nuc box or even a hive body. Its best to put some old comb in the trap or some swarm lure. A good lure can be some Lemon Grass Oil on a cotton ball.
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