How To Get Rid Of A Wasp Nest

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A wasp (Vespula germanica) is an insect that resembles a bee and an ant but actually is not one of either. These pests can be predatory or parasitic, and are mostly used to get rid of smaller insects in various agricultural practices. However, these tiny, seemingly helpful insects can cause a huge nuisance if they form a nest in your homes. They have tiny stings at the end of their body which served as a ovipositor. (more…)

Homemade Bee and Wasp Control Solutions

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When the summer and spring months roll around, being outside soaking up the sun and enjoying the outdoors becomes everyone’s favorite hobby. Yet pesky wasps and bees tend to come around and ruin a little bit of everyone’s fun. Nothing is worse than spilling your drink all over yourself because you hopped out of your chair in fear of being stung by one of these flying bugs. (more…)

Effects of a Wasp Sting

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A wasp sting is a very minor dose of venom that will result in itching, swelling and pain where the venom was injected into the body. If one is unlucky enough to be allergic to wasp venom they will experience much worse side effects as a result of the venom. They will experience sever decrease in blood pressure, hives, difficulty breathing, and inflammation of the lips, throat, and tongue. (more…)

Removing A Wasp Nest From A Tree

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Wasps share several negative characteristics with bees. Most importantly, their painful stings and their tendency to nest in close proximity to humans. There are some wasps that build their hives or nests in places where they do not
pose any risk to humans and nest removal is not necessary. (more…)

How To Treat a Bee Sting

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In most cases, home treatment is usually enough. Allergic reactions and/or multiple stings may require immediate medical attention. After being stung by a bee, the first action to be taken is removal of the stinger and its attached venom, sac as soon as possible. This helps preventing more venom to be released into the human body. (more…)

How To Identify A Wasp

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Identifying a wasp is a pretty simple process. There are obvious traits and characteristics that a wasp possesses that anyone can easily identify. Wasps have some obvious physical characteristics that can aid in identifying them. The most obvious characteristic of the wasp is the size of the waist. (more…)

Bee and Wasp Seasons

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Bee and wasp seasons are very similar and as you may have noticed the season has already begun. The season for bees and wasps is similar, starting in the spring and ending in late fall – or from the beginning of May until the end of October. Their seasons both follow the flowering season of plants although bees have more variation.In some cases, they can cause problems. When that time arrives you can call us for wasp and bee removal services. (more…)