Have a hive that swarmed. . .into my old faithful wax myrtle. . .easy rehive. Then they swarmed again. . .in the woods, but still a relatively easy rehive. . .or so I thought. Dropped them into the box but as soon as they hit the box, they started leaving and regrouped higher up--out of my reach. I set up 3 swarm traps, but after a while they all went back home to the original hive! Yesterday they swarmed again. . .this time a smaller swarm. . .went to the wax myrtle, hung out for a bit and once again, returned to the original hive! What's going on there? I haven't been into the hive since the first time it swarmed because I've been taught to leave a virgin queen alone for 17 days after a swarm to give her time to (a) hatch (b) become accustomed to the hive, (c)make her virgin flights and finally (d) start laying. Anybody have any idea why they keep swarming and returning? My first thought is the queen isn't leaving, but twice? Does this mean I probably have more than one queen in the hive? There's nobody dead at the door. Thoughts, please.