It was warm today, and when I went to put the chickens up I noticed that were 10 or 12 honeybees in the window trying to get out it looked like. When we first turned the coop into a coop there were a whole lot of paper wasp nests to clear out, and we did...But these weren't honey bee nests, but now it looks like the coop is filling with honey bees...So should I worry about that? Will the chickens eat the bees? Should I spray something, or put some traps in the window? I don't see or hear the bees anywhere else, but they very well might be living in the wood in the window. I noticed that the wood was pretty rotted out and what not around the window, it was really hard to put the chicken wire on it because of that...so really the wire is around the whole wall with the window in it...Lol. So the bees aren't like with the chickens, they are in front of the chicken wire, up against the window panes...I guess I'll just see how it all plays out. I don't want to kill the honey bees, but I also don't want to see them bore out all the wood in the coop. I am assuming that the chickens will just eat any that come through the screen and I guess if we get a whole bunch up there, or I find the actual hive then we can call a keeper, or buy a bee keeping kit, one of 2.