On Tuesday it was reported that a swarm of approximately 30,000 honey bees had taken over the rooftop of One Times Square. Experts were called in to help relocate the swarm to Bryant Park. Learn more about that process in this short video from The Guardian.
Around 30,000 honey bees swarm on a ledge at One Times Square, where the New Year’s Eve ball drop happens, in New York. Andrew Coté, a fourth generation beekeeper of AndrewsHoney.com, was called to the rescue and used a vacuum to suck up the bees, who he said were looking for a new home
via The Guardian
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