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Honeybee Swarms On The Move
Updated June 4, 2015 7:49 AM
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(UNDATED) - For honeybees, it's the time of the year to find a new home.

That means a queen bee takes half of the hive and starts her search for a new location, and it can result in people finding a swarm of bees near a tree or building.

Swarms of bees are typically seen between April and the end of June.

While experts say swarming honeybees are not harmful, it may also be an opportune time for businesses and home owners to contact an expert to help relocate the endangered insects.

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