Bobby Torbush gently brushing a swarm from a tree.
Notice he has no veil or gloves on.
Honeybees reproduce by swarming. If a swarm can be recovered and established in a beehive, it will have a better chance of survival and the potential to become a strong honey producing colony.
Contact any of the following people if you locate a honeybee swarm:
|Kara Bassett||770-668-6625||Coweta County, Peachtree City, E Carroll County|
|Tom Gray||678-517-9001||Fayette County|
|Chris Helton||770-301-1858||Coweta County, Peachtree City, E Carroll County|
|Richard Littleton||770-830-1943||Carroll County|
|Ed Mellon||770-969-2142||S Fulton and NE Coweta counties|
|Steve Page||770-683-2465||E Coweta, Thomas Crossroads|
|Marilynn Parker||770-949-6640||Douglas County|