We put that to work earlier this week when a large swarm of bees was discovered at one of our facilities in South Whitehall Township, near Allentown.
When workers noticed the swarm in a tree next to the building, we called in a local beekeeper. Within minutes of the beekeepers’ arrival, they filled a box with an estimated 5,000 honey bees.
The bees were then transported to a waiting hive a short distance away.
With that, we were able to protect our workers and visitors from potential exposure to bee stings, and keep the swarm safe and sound. That’s a pretty sweet ending.