The Asian Hornet is coming! News 08/04/202006/09/2023 South West Hampshire Beekeepers now have an Asian Hornet Action Team (AHAT) and co-ordinator. Part of the role is to get the word out about the Asian Hornet and also ask to people look out for this nasty beastie. We are sure you are busy working on your apiaries following the COVID19 guidelines. If you have time when you are out and about on your once a day exercise, or in your garden or working at your apiary(ies) could you look out for the Asian Hornet. Please can you download the Asian Hornet Watch app free of charge from the Apple and Android app stores. The app provides an identification guide to help check which species you have seen and an opportunity to take a picture, record and report your sightings. If you would like to get involved then email us at email@example.com or call our Asian Hornet hotline on 07849 102621. Asian Hornet Action Team (AHAT) co-ordinator for South West Hampshire – covering area from Bournemouth to Southampton and the New Forest ONLY. WHAT TO DO IF YOU SEE SOMETHING SUSPICIOUS? – STOP! Assess the situation. Stay 10 metres away and don’t touch, disturb or cause vibrations around a nest. Take a photograph if it is safe to do so. Report any possible hornet or nest sightings by using the Asian Hornet Watch App, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling our Asian Hornet hotline on 07849 102621 – we cover area from Bournemouth to Southampton and the New Forest ONLY.