SAVE THE BEES 

 SWARM CATCHERS WANTED!

NEW-BEES

Swarm finders & swarm catchers: are you ready to catch or report a bee SWARM? Would you like your own bees but don't know where to start? Register for free now!

Honey bees if going to swarm generally move over the spring and summer months. A swarm may land in a tree near your house or start building in the walls or roof of your house.

Save the Bees One Swarm @ a Time

FosterBees.com.au  New-Bee Benefits

* Bee listed on the Australian Bee Directory * Bee Classified site including reviews * Buy honey, wax & all listed bee products * Connect with other Bee Enthusists * Find beehive assistance * Make your own disposable swarm box * FREE to join & bee part of the community

It's FREE for New-Bees to Join

You, the swarm catcher or nurse bee catches the swarm on your property or spots a swarm.

It's FREE for New-Bees to Join

A beekeeper in your area moves the swarm into their bee box on your property.

As A Responsible Beekeeper

They will: 1. Move the swarm into a suitable bee box. 2. Check the Queen is in the box. 3. If no Queen work with the hive to create one. 4. Inspect the hive for pests and disease.

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3 Months later 

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The beekeeper moves the hive to their apiary or waits to split the hive if you want to keep bees. *

Or recieve some honey thanks for the free bees.

* You will need to purchase a bee box when the hive is split.

New-Bee or Swarm Catcher OVERVIEW...

1. Find or catch a swarm in a swarm box, [video instructions will be provided]. 2. Search for a beekeeper to work with on FosterBees. 3. Allow access to your property and be in attendance at inspection time. 4. Purchase a bee box if you are intending keeping bees yourself. 5. Join a Beekeeping Club for support if keeping the Hive.

SAVING BEES

Bee Classified site including reviews

Buy honey, wax & all listed bee products

Connect with other Bee Enthusists

Make your own disposable swarm box

FREE to join & bee part of the community

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