Please EMAIL in your details
If a local beekeeper is available to visit you, your details will be passed on to them for assistance.
Please understand that the service a beekeeper provides is voluntary, in not all cases will they be able to help you.
If the bees are living in your property for some time, please go here and report your issue: https://www.swarms.ie/removals/
IF YOU WANT TO REPORT AN URGENT HONEYBEE SWARM, PLEASE EMAIL
In your email please include:
1. Your Name
2. Contact Number
3. Your Eircode
4. A Photo of the bees (video also good)
5. Describe the situation.
What happens after you report a swarm?
You will first be contacted by phone or text ASAP to confirm the bees are still there.
Once the swarm is confirmed, a local beekeeper will be contacted for availability.
If they are able to assist you, your details will be passed to them.
The local beekeeper will then call you to confirm your details and arrange an appointment.
Keep children and pets away from the swarm while waiting, close windows and give the bees appropriate space.
Keep at a safe distance when taking photo’s of swarms (10 foot or more).
If the bees leave before help arrives, please let the beekeeper know directly.
During COVID19 PLEASE MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE, but please check periodically (from the window etc) that the beekeeper is ok as they will be working alone.
Beekeepers can not enter your home during COVID19, if the bees are in your back garden, please have the side entrance open for access etc.