I previously posted questions about one of my two hives that swarmed. Discovered this on 6/07/09 and found several capped queen cells. Well, late yesterday afternoon, we witnessed another swarming and assumed it was the second hive. They ended up 40 ft. up in a tree virtually right over the 2 hives. They're still there this afternoon. I've set out an empty box with a couple wax foundaton frames in it to try to attract them. BUT, I think it may be a second swarm from the same hive!(After less than a week?!) There are still a lot of bees coming and going from the second hive, but the traffic from the first hive (the one that swarmed) is much reduced again. I did not know that some recommend removing all but one or two of the queen cells after a swarm to avoid a second swarm from a virgin queen. Does this work? Is it too late to do it now after a second swarm? Will there even be any more queen cells left? Does this colony have a chance? HELP!