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Bee Swarms and FAQ

Hi all.

I’m reaching out to you because I recently published a page called “Bee Swarms & Everything You Need to Know” that answers a lot of the countless questions we beekeepers get on swarms. Plus a link to most states in Australia of beekeeping associations that collect swarms. And I thought maybe some beekeepers here would like to have a look and give me some feedback. The page is at https://saveourbees.com.au/swarms/

Thanks in Advance
Emmanuel

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It may be a lot to read Emmanuel, plus the link didn’t work for me. If you have any questions on swarm related issues, fel free to ask them. Our highly skilled, intelligent forum members are eagerly waiting to help you.
cheers

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Sorry it should be working now. Thanks

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It worked for me :slight_smile:
Lots of good info there.

Wow, there is a huge amount of information there… can’t say that anyone needing a bee swarm to be removed is going to read it but I can see you have collated a lot of material there. I do have a couple of links that you seem to be missing. Not sure if you are aware that there is a Worldwide Swarm Collection tool call www.swarmpatrol.com, members of the public can report a swarm and text message is sent out to the 3 closest registered beekeepers. This is a worldwide free service that is run by a good friend of mine here in Sydney.

You might like to also add the North Shore Beekeepers to your list (https://nsbka.org.au) we collect over a hundred swarms from the northern suburbs of Sydney every season.

Hi Rodderick,

Thanks for the info and your feedback.

We put the page saveourbees.com.au/swarms together because it is hoped people can use the page as a resource for info on bee swarms. So many times beekeepers collect a swarm and are met with many questions from people that are keen to know more about bees and why they arrived or what to do with them. So the page offers answers to these questions plus more tips where to find beekeepers that will collect swarms.

Yes I havve heard of swarmpatrol. And I have met a few members at NSBKA. Both offer a lot of useful help for beekeepers and the public alike. I think it’s a great idea to add the pages to ours. Maybe a reciprocal link would be a good idea? You can forward our address to the admins of the pages you mentioned and ask them to link to our page saveourbees.com.au/swarms too. That way we all help to spread the word on bees. How does that sound?

You are also most welcomed to add your comments to the page in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Thank you

Regs

Emmanuel Farrugia

saveourbees.com.au


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