This is a great forum and I apologize for asking so many questions. But this is a great place to get good answers and timely. So here goes. I got my free mated queen last night. I made a medium nuke this morning. Screened bottom board. Front feeder and screened the rest of the front openeing. No one can get out and no one can get in. I put 2 full frames of brood in this box with 2 frames of honey/nectar and a couple of pulled frames and a couple of frames with wax foundation. No queen and as many bees as I could get in there from my very strong hives. Then the top cover. We are going to introduce this queen this evening. I get home and the air is full of bees in front of the 7 hives. looks like huge orientation flights or swarm . Bees also coming and going like jet fighters in and out of all the hives. Then I notice that there is a very large congregation of bees under the landing board of the nuke I put together this morning. All under the landing board and all onver the stand where th bottom baord is sitting. Why are they gathering so heavy under this nuke's landing board? any ideas. Nice sunny warm day mid 80's. And there is a flow on. It looks like a swarm in the air and maybe gathering under this nuke. I am 99.5% sure I didnt move a queen. I took 1 frame of brood from 2 different hives and I saw the queen in one of the hives so I know I didn't move her. The second frame I looked and looked the frame over very carefully. I have not seen any warm cells in any of my hives and I have room in all of them.