A swarm of around 30,000 bees swarmed a hotel in Times Square. They landed on the roof and a ledge of the building near One Times Square.  While many of the bees stayed put, scouring bees flew around looking for a new home. Bee

experts say that is usually the result of a Queen bee leaving the group. “The honey bees are docile, they’re friendly, they’re beneficial to us, I think that they get a bad rap for what wasps and hornets bring to their picnics and so on, but honey bees are gentle and a huge part of our lives,” Urban beekeeper Andrew Cote says. READ MORE