So I caught a swarm and placed them in a cardboard nuc and transported them to my garden. They've been there since last Friday and I'm guessing if they were going to abscond they would have done so already. So far everything looks good. This morning when I went to take off the tarp I put over the box to shield it from the rain so it wouldn't fall apart. There was not one bee in the air. It was pretty cold this morning though, around 50 or so. I was worried that they left so I popped open the lid real quick to take a peek and there they were, all clustered in the corner. One looked at me tilting its head as if to say "Close the lid stupid!". I closed the lid and left them alone for the rest of the day. The box seems to be real clean and they seem to be drawing comb on the frames on the guides. Tried feeding them sugar syrup but they would have none of it. I'm guessing there's enough forage around to satisfy them. So what now? Just leave them alone till they build out the frames and then transfer them to the hive?