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Fort Greene »

The bee swarm was found outside 267 Waverly Ave. on Friday.

Upper West Side »

Police moved the insects from the West 72nd Street tree.

Astoria »

Anthony Planakis, the NYPD's resident bee-catcher, estimates there were between 30,000 to 36,000 bees.

Borough Park »

An NYPD bee expert vacuumed up 15,000 bees Saturday, the second swam he'd seen in two weeks.

Great Kills »

The NYPD's resident bee expert said the 15,000-bee swarm means more could be on the way.

South Street Seaport »

Beekeeper Anthony Planakis rescued a hive of about 18,000 bees near the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday.

Rego Park »

Anthony "Tony Bees" Planakis has been responding to city bee swarms for more than 15 years.

Bed-Stuy »

About 9,000 bees massed outside a Herkimer Street building Tuesday morning.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Cops found a massive swarm of 20,000 honeybees clinging to a tree in Downtown Brooklyn.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A swarm engulfed a family's Volvo at a garage Sunday until rescuers could contain the giant mass of bees.

Melrose »

Two swarms of bees appeared on Melrose Avenue and East 154th Street May 11, 2012.

Fort Greene and DUMBO »

The Big Apple Apiary  is offering beekeeping apprenticeships. 

Manhattan »

There could be more bee swarms this season due to the mild winter and the early arrival of spring.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

A swarm hit a Flatiron shop's awning early Tuesday, then another swarm landed half a block away.