At this time of year, a beekeeper would be glad to go in and capture the swarms. (at 50,000, probably more than one).
There’s an old saying (though more applicable to more northerly climates) “A hive of bees in May is worth a ton of hay. A hive of bees in June is worth a silver spoon. A hive of bees in July isn’t worth a fly.”
Adjusting for climate, this might be equivalent to April or May there. Around here, the major honey flow starts in March or April with the basswood bloom, followed quickly by Hawthorne, haw, peach, apple, and so on. I have seen basswood in bloom with snow all over it, it blooms so early. Beautiful. But nothing is so pretty as a peach tree in full bloom with snow all over it. Heartbreaking, because it kills the blooms, but beautiful.