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Introduction to bees and wasps

Bees and wasps are capable of disrupting anyone’s peace especially when they are within the vicinity of people’s dwelling places. Nobody in their right mind would dare provoke them because we all know what they are capable of when it comes to stinging. Bees at times tend to build beehives near people’s homes and this is never welcome by most people who understand how dangerous they can be.

You are also likely to find wasp nests around your environment and that is enough to send shivers down your spine. The presence of any of those insects shouldn’t worry you because there are pests and insects infestations professional handlers who can help drive them away by removing their beehives and nests respectively.

How to identify bee nests

Bees of different species or types such as honey bees, bumble bees, and mining bees are used to building nests on some hole on the ground, construction walls, and even roofs. You are likely to see them entering in any of the places and that means that is where they have put up their nest. Whenever you spot a nest in any of the named places that pose danger to you, do not task yourself to remove them if you are not conversant with bee handling. Trust it to local insects and pests controllers to handle the whole thing for you.

How to identify wasp nests

Wasps are another type of insects that can reap joy out of your comfort zone. Wasps are likely to build their nests most likely on the wall cracks and roofs and ceiling. At first, you may notice a small nest that spells no danger but with time it becomes bigger and more wasps appear. When this happens it is time to take action and have them driven out by pest controllers. You can have them whisked away even at the slightest notice of a small nest so you don’t have to wait until it becomes a monstrous nest with a lot of wasps flying around.

Wasp nests are more likely to be found in places like;

  • Outbuildings

  • Garage sheds

  • Roofs and ceilings

  • Wall openings

  • Attic

Wasps just like bees can be very dangerous when it comes to stinging. If you want to reduce the chances of being attacked by any of them you shouldn’t hesitate to consult a pest controller the moment you discover they are around.

 

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