We offer a local swarm collection service in the local area for honey bees. We are unable to deal with wasps or bumble bees. A swarm of honey bees will look like this. They tend to be the size of a rugby ball.
Swarms will generally appear from April until late June and is a natural expansion of the honey bee colony. There are many wild / feral colonies in the Epping Forest area and there are in many different types such as hollow trees, chimneys and roof soffits which contribute to swarms.
If you are worried please contact us we collect swarms in the Essex area and re-house them in a suitable location.