I believe if you call Cooperative Extension Service tomorrow and ask them to put you in touch with Paul Marks from Ida. He has retired from there, but, has beehives and is very knowledgeable. I am sure Paul would be glad to help you.
Thank you for that info DogLover... I was able to get ahold of Paul and get lots of info. Not all of it was what I wanted to hear but it did reinforce what I had been reading online.
Our swarm is very, very late in the year for bees to be swarming. They should have done it several weeks ago so they could find a home and get established and put up a good supply of honey for the winter. It will be hard for them to do all that yet in what warm weather we have left. Makes it sound like winter is just around the corner.
Our swarm is also very, very small... probably has something to with it being very, very late. Most beekeepers will not want to fool with a swarm this small.
He also says just leave them alone and they will move on in a few days once they find a better place than a tree limb
Paul is very knowledgeable and was very courteous. Thank you very much for the info.