Bees, Wasps, and Hornets
The last thing that you want to experience whenever you go out of your home is getting stung by a bee, wasp or hornet. Learn whether you are having an infestation at home, how you can identify them, and how to get rid of them below.
Bee, Wasp, and Hornet Identification
There are many people who get confused between bees, wasps, and hornets. Some are just too scared to be near these stinging insects and just run away from them. Click here to read more.
Bees Life Cycle Stages
Similar to most insects, the life cycle of bees also start with the eggs. However, the entire life cycle is a bit complicated since not all bees play a single role after hatching. The queen bee is the one deciding on the sex of all her offspring and is the only one laying eggs. Learn more about their cycle here.
Life Cycle of Wasps and Hornets
Hornet and wasp species are divided into two wide-ranging types and nesting habits. There are social species and solitary species. Continue reading here.
Difference between Bee, Wasp, and Hornet Stings
When you get stung by any flying insect, you would assume that it is either a bee, a wasp, or even a hornet. It can be any of these insects, but did you know that it is possible to identify the insect by your body’s reaction from the sting? Get to know the answer here.
What to Do If You're Stung by a Bee, Wasp or Hornet
Every person may have a different reaction upon getting stung by a bee, wasp, or hornet. You should know what stung you and how your body would possibly react from the sting. Learn more about it here.
How to Avoid Wasp Stings, Bee Stings, and Hornet Stings
One of the worst things that may happen to you outdoors is getting stung by bees, wasps, hornets, or even yellow jackets. Instead of having fun outside, you might end up going home with severe allergic reaction after you were stung. Though there are times when you just can’t avoid these insects, there are things you can do to avoid the stings. Continue reading here.
Hornets, Bees, and Wasps Nests Identification
If you notice that stinging insects are becoming a nuisance outside your home than how it used to, then there must be a nest nearby. Learn how you can identify the nests of these insects here.
How to Get Rid of Bees, Wasps and Hornets
If you start noticing that the number of stinging insects is increasing as days go by, then it’s probably because they have a nest nearby. When it starts infesting your home, it is necessary that you start looking for ways to get rid of the bee, wasp, and hornet in your property. Get rid of these pests effectively by reading the rest here.
Bee, Wasp and Hornet Control
Though bees are beneficial to the environment, there are times when they become a threat. Since they have stingers, anyone stung by them can develop severe allergic reactions. Click here to continue reading.
How to Keep Wasps and Hornets Away
Do wasps and hornets prevent you from enjoying meals outdoors with the family? If so, then it is about time that you learn how to keep them away. Read the rest on how to keep these pests away here.
How to Safely Remove a Hornet/Wasp Nest
The worst thing that can happen to you when trying to get rid of wasp and hornet nests is getting attacked and stung several times. The stings alone can be life-threatening, which means you have to be extra careful and prevent getting stung. Want to know how to remove the nests safely? Continue reading here.