If you've seen my other thread(s) I'm totally new if even; A hive moved into a structural column on the side of my house which I initially intended to remove but ultimately decided to keep for fun, health, whatever, but I don't have time to get to it to transport it to a hive box, so in the meantime it's been growing and I guess they sent this guy out to protect the hive even though I was like 40 ft away and it starts trying to land on my head and instinctively I started flailing my arms and running around and apparently they think it's a game you want to play and they sure oblige. Well it never got me but succeeded in chasing me away from my house. Is it possible it's scoping out a new area to move the hive or something? I wasn't even in the vicinity. As you know about hurricane Irma, she is headed my way right about tonight, so I wonder if that might have something to do with it. It's happened a couple times before. I've read a little about them getting aggressive during this season or when preparing to move among other reasons. But regardless of the reason, I've read that one shouldn't get excited when approached but how do you know what exactly their intentions are when they're about to land on your head? Last I remembered they sure are skilled and quick at stinging. Could I try to let it land on me then smash it? Should I just 'be a man' and let the single bee sting me and get used to it? If a few of you suggest so I just may challenge myself lol. I've been getting pretty immune to mosquitos, I'm sure I could get used to bees. They're just a bit more scary. How should I handle these random rogue bees? I want to get back to what I was doing lol.