Beekeepers employ swarm traps, also known as bait hives, to catch honey bee swarms.
One of the benefits of this technique is that you can catch bees even if you're not at home!
People who learn how to put up and maintain an effective bee swarm trap may receive free bees as a result.

Check this Guide: How to Get Rid of Bees Without Harming Them in Your Neighborhood

A swarm of bees is a seasonal occurrence, occurring most frequently in the springtime.
Spring will be here before we know it, so we need to get those traps set up now.

Swarm trapping bees may be the only method for some beginner beekeepers to get started in beekeeping. Acquiring honey bee hives and other related equipment can be quite pricey.

Honey Bee Swarm Trap: What Is It?

Swarmed-trap-hive means the same thing as bee-trap-hive and bait-hive.
You can make your own from a variety of materials or buy ready-made hives from beekeeping vendors.

You can also use smoke to trap the honeybees. Check this guide here: Why Do Beekeepers Use Smoke? How It Affects Bees

A Swarm Trap's Best Time to Set It Up

During the months of late winter and early spring, set up your swarm traps and/or bait hives.
Scout bees start looking for new homes as soon as the colony population grows.

Before the winter sets in, a swarm of bees gathered early in the year can grow into a powerful colony. Because the scout bees will need some time to locate your trap, set it up as soon as possible.

Bait hives can, of course, be placed outside at any time of the year during the warm season.
A swarm might appear at any time.

Quick Guide for Setting Up a Honey Bee Trap

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