Swarming honey bees is one of the wonders of nature. This is a natural way for the colony to divide itself and look for a new home. Swarming honey bees are not aggressive and are usually not a threat to anyone, they are just in search of a new home.
We can help rescue these bees so please call.
Timing is critical because after a swarm has landed, it may only be there for an hour or two before it will move to its permanent home. Sometimes a hanging swarm may be there overnight, but not usually.
See the list of members below willing to help:
NAME: Number AREA COVERED
Shawn Collins 740-358-2110 Centerburg Area
David Crawford cell: 419-512-1683 Richland County (Bellville area)
Jeff Gabric cell: 515-450-1359 Mt. Vernon /Knox County
Judith Hedge 740- 398- 4549 Northern Knox County/ Butler/ Loudonville.
Michael Hufnagel cell: 740-501-8026 Knox County
Krista Howard cell: 614-746-3666 Gambier and Knox County
Jordan Miller cell: 419-307-5601 Fredericktown Area
David Ryan cell: 740-263-9776 Knox County
John Schmidt cell: 614-332-3246 Delaware County
George Bodouv 614-330-7614 Delaware County
Dave Wolcott cell: 727-686-6572 Knox/Morrow Counties
Chet Blackburn cell: 216-978-1640. Knox, Richland Counties.
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Carl Payne Text or Call 740-507-7200 Fredericktown/Mt. Vernon
John Crunkilton 740-485-1072 Richland and Knox County
John Denzer 740-507-5756 Mount Vernon/ Knox County