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Category: Field Mice Control | 20.03.2015
Honey bees have six legs, a three-part body, a pair of antennae, compound eyes, jointed legs, and a hard exoskeleton.
Honey Bees eat nectar (sugary water) and pollen (yellow protein powder) which are made by flowers.
Removing honey bee nests from cavities (walls of houses, hollow trees) is a time-consuming, labor-intensive practice that should be undertaken by professionals. When the bee stings, the stinger, poison sac and several others parts of the bee's anatomy are torn from the bee's body.
Although the scenes in the movies where the guy gets chased by a swarm of angry bees are exaggerated, if you do anything to make them angry the bees will chase you and you will definitely get stung. Depending on the type of insect, Anypest will have different methods to control and remove them.
If you spot wasps inside your building or house, or near a window, their is more than likely a wasp nest in your attic, or below your eves. It is recommended you call anypest to assist in removing them, as we will use methods to make sure that they don’t come back. Below are some common facts about wasps you may find in Hamilton, Burlington, Flamborough, Guelph and Toronto.Yellow JacketsYellow Jackets are often mistaken for honey bees as they are similar in their smaller size.
Typically their ground nests are about golf ball to softball in size, and they defend their home aggressively. When yellow jackets nest in walls and attics, you might notice a growing wet spot on the ceiling caused by the nest. Always investigate ceiling stains, if it is a bee, they will begin to eat wood, wallboard and plaster causing major damage to the structure of your home. Never remove the nest yourself, have a licensed pest remover like Anypest visit your home to remove the yellow jacket nest.Hamilton Wasp Nest RemovalThis is a wasp nest we removed from a property in DundasYellow jacket nests are commonly seen throughout Hamilton, Ancaster, Dundas and Binbrook.

Nests can contain thousands of bees, and the chemicals you spray are unlikely to kill all of them.
They will only nest deeper into the framework of your home, and fly around in the rooms of your house. We make sure we remove every last bee, as well we treat the surrounding area so they don’t revisit your home. If obstructed the hornet to accidentally collide with the person obstructing and become aggravated.When Yellow Jackets abandon their nests in the fall, they do not return to it the following year. They build open nests that resemble small upside down umbrellas that look like they are made out of gray paper.
Typically their nests will be found under the eaves, or in garden sheds, or on occasion in your BBQ – which really livens up May 24 when most people light their bbq for the first time for the year.
They may also nest in your attic, and will go through light fixtures, thinking the bulb is the outside. Mud daubers (also called dirt daubers) are commonly identified by their mud nests which are oval and tube shaped.Bald Faced HornetBald faced hornets area a rather handsome wasp.
Their nests can get rather large (up to two feet by three feet), and you’ll find them in portable school buildings, and near golf courses. As the member of a wasp family, Bald Faced Hornets enjoy meat, and will prey on caterpillars, flies and spiders.Bald Faced Hornet Nest found in MiltonBeesThe main types of bees you will find in Southern Ontario are Honeybees, Bumblebees and Carpenter Bees. Fall, typically around Thanksgiving is the time when the nests of bees and wasps reach their peak size (as such, you’ll see quite a few bees swarming around the fairground garbage bins at the Caledonia Fairgrounds, the Ancaster Fair and the Rocton Fair. They have been busily building their nests all summer and their population sizes are now at capacity. While we’ve created this identification list, be aware that all bees and wasps sting.

There are lots of examples of honey bee infestations in Ontario such as this honey bee infestation in Varney Ontario. However, unlike the wasp, honeybees stingers are removed when they sting you, and they will shortly die afterwards. Their stingers will also get stuck in you, so you often need to use tweezers or your nail to scrape it out.BumblebeesBumblebees are gentle bees that pollinate our beautiful farms and flowers at the Royal Botanical Garden, Lynden, Brantford and Guelph. Bumblebees rarely nest in houses, but rather in low spots like under porches, in gopher holes or old fence post holes.
Bumblebees do not lose their stingers when they sting and will aggressively protect their nest. The Bumblebees of Ontario are much more brighter and colourful than bees found in the lower portion of the United States. These bees will tunnel through wood (they don’t actually eat the wood) in your house where they will build nests. Male carpenter bees are quite aggressive, but are unable to sting you as they don’t have stingers. Female carpenter bees have stingers, but aren’t very aggressive at all (only if they are provoked). Old nail holes may attract these bees to nest, so they should be fixed to avoid infestation.

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