Can You Identify Stinging Insect Pests to Better Deal with Them?

 

The Metro D.C area provides an excellent environment for many different species of insects to thrive. It also provides a most looked forward to spring time that many residents plan to use for outdoor activities like picnics, barbeques and baseball games. Unfortunately these activities can be accompanied by some uninvited guests that could potentially sting you or someone in your family. It is important to become familiar with these species of stinging insects so you are better prepared on how to deal with their stings and avoid their presence as much as possible.

 

Wasps, Bees and Hornets are Very Active During Warm Spring Weather

 

The warm humid air provides an excellent environment for these stinging insect species here in the Metro D.C area and it is important to know exactly what is buzzing around your property. The Bald faced Hornet is an aggressive insect that builds aerial nests. This hornet is normally black with a characteristic white pattern over most of its face. The bald faced hornet’s nest can be found in areas like trees, chimneys, under eaves, behind siding, in barns, attics and other structures. Wasps and Bees will also build their nests under eaves, near home entrances and other areas that can pose as a threat to you and your family. Some of these insects are extremely temperamental and will attack and sting a human if they feel the slightest amount of threat from you.

 

Hire Eagle Pest Services to Identify what type of Stinging Insect is Buzzing around your Home

 

Without the eye of an Eagle Pest Services professional, it may be difficult to identify which species of bee, wasp or hornet you are dealing with. Once Eagle Pest Services identifies the stinging insect, an appropriate treatment solution will be customized to effectively remove stinging insect nests and hives. The technicians at Eagle Pest Services take the nest location, insect species and other structural concerns into factor when customizing a pest service plan for your home.

 

Stinging Insects Can Pose a Fatal Threat to Some People

 

Most of the time bees, hornets and wasps are more of a nuisance than anything else. The constant buzzing can become quite annoying, especially if it is right outside of your door or window. Some of these stinging species do pack a powerful sting, especially to those humans who experience an allergic reaction after they have been stung. If you know that you are allergic to these types of stings, it is even more important to keep these species of insects as far away from your home as you can. Contact Eagle Pest Service today to keep bees, wasps and hornets away from your home

 

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