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Wasp Nest vs Drone – Don’t Try This At Home

You are never too old for toys! A drone is a toy the whole family can enjoy. Kids, moms, and dads can get in on the fun. This enterprising (and brave) person used the toy to get rid of his pesky neighbors, a nest of wasps. But don’t try this at home folks- it’s a bad idea. Best to call a Professional Bee and Wasp removal company,  like Little Giant Beekeepers!

 

TOP 5 Reasons why you should not try to remove wasps from your home without a professional:

  1. Wasps nest vary in size, but by the fall, a nest can hold around 600 stinging wasps. As you might have guessed, they do not want to be disturbed!
  2. Wasps get angry and protect their homes. Unlike bees, they can repeatedly sting; they do not die after they sting. Angry wasps= many stings!
  3. If you swat and smash a wasp, it could release a pheromone that lets other wasps know you are now a target. Now you have an excited group of wasps who could attack you.
  4. You could be allergic. Many people are allergic to wasp and bee stings. You might not know it because you haven’t been put in the situation before. If you are allergic, you could go into anaphylactic shock. Many people end up in the hospital thanks to multiple wasps’ stings.
  5. Little Giant Beekeepers are experts in safe wasp removal. We have safety procedures so you will not get stung!

How to Identify a Wasp

Unlike bees, wasps have a skinny waist. They have six long legs too. They have longer antennae. Different types have different colorings to differentiate them from one another. Most are brown and yellow, but some might have even bright coloring, like red or even blue. Like bees, wasps can be beautiful architects. Wasps nest are truly something to behold, with hundreds of perfectly created delicate pentagons.

Yellow Jacket

Yellow jackets are very aggressive. They build a large nest out of cellulose that can hold thousands of wasps. Most of their nest are in attics or eaves, large cavernous spaces. Unfortunately, they sting multiple times if bothered and with large nests can be a danger. They like sweets and proteins and be a significant nuisance at a picnic.

Paper Wasp

Paper wasps make a nest out of wood pulp and make it into a paper mâché like material. They have small colonies that hang from a branch, porch ceiling or window. They are not a very aggressive wasps but will sting if their nest is disturbed.

Mud Daubers

Mud Daubers construct their nest from mud. They are the lone wolf of wasps, living by themselves under eave porch ceilings and more. Though they look like scary wasps, they are fairly docile. They can benefit your yard by eating other insects and bugs.

How to Avoid Wasps

The good news is, with a little prevention, wasps can be avoided. You want to first start by taking care of your house. Walk around outside and look for cracks and crevices. Seal them with a silicone sealant, so wasps won’t want to enter the premises and build there.

Wasps can be a nuisance when dining outside. If you eat outside keep food covered. Use cups, you can see in to, because wasps can sneak into soda cans and can sting your mouth when you drink. Close the garbage bag and put it in a trash can. Clean up spills and leftovers outside, so wasps don’t come to eat your leftovers. They like sweet stuff and also protein. Don’t forget to wear shoes in the grass, getting stung by a wasp can hurt. And remember they can sting multiple times- ouch!

Little Giant Beekeepers and Bee Removal Specialists are well-versed in the removal of all flying insects. Fall is a time of substantial activity for wasps but please don’t think of using the drone for wasps removal! Call us instead at 972-980-0923 for a free wasps removal estimate across Dallas Fort Worth and surrounding areas.

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