I just responded to a call tonight for a Swarm hanging under the eaves of a house in Tualatin by Ibach Park. I got there to find that there are 5-6 brand new drawn wax comb sections in the middle of the "swarm"
I only have one hive left to fill, and it has all 100% plastic frames/foundation, so I'm not really set-up to cut the wax down off the eave and put it in a hive. If you have some empty wood frames, this could be one of the easiest cut-outs of your life.
The swarm/hive is about 14 feet off the ground. The property owner has a few accessible ladders on the premise for use, and there is a 2'x3' chimney platform right under the hive that you can stand on.
The hive measures about 12" x 12" and hangs down about 15". I'd estimate about 6-7 combs of bees that would fill over half a standard frame.
The hive is not inside any structure. It is literally hanging off of an exposed roof overhang / eave. You could just cut the comb off the eave, and stick them into a hive.
The bees were pretty mellow. The owner told me the bees have only been there 4-5 days, but with the amount of drawn comb, I'd guess a few weeks.
The first person to PM me gets the contact info for the property owner. Please mention you want the "Tualatin Eave" hive. And I will post here once someone has called dibs.