Woolton Bumblebee Hive Removal £69.50
Woolton Bumblebee Hive Removal £69.50

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Disley Bumblebee Hive Removal

Bumblebees are often thought of as gentle creatures.Disley Bumblebee Nest Removal However, their sting can be quite painful. In addition, bumblebees are known for being exceptionally aggressive and capable of multiple stings. Therefore, it is best to be aware of them and to keep your distance if you see one around your home and call the Disley Bumblebee Nest Removal service near me.

Bumblebees are very aggressive when it comes down to protecting their nest. Once they perceive you as a threat, they will signal the hive to let them know of the intruder. After this happens, workers' bees will defend their nest with their lives, unleashing multiple stings on any unsuspecting person who gets too close. These pest's venom can trigger an anaphylactic shock reaction, which causes numerous effects, mainly swelling and shortness of breath. This condition needs to be treated by a medical practitioner immediately to avoid any fatalities.

They can be found in numerous places such as gardens, parks, and near the entrance of your home. They also like cracks and crevices, abandoned bird boxes, and garages, so, if you think there is a hive on your property, it is best to call Disley Bumblebee Hive Removal to take care of the situation for you. Removing them yourself can be dangerous.

Common species of bumblebees 

The Buff Tail Bee is a robust species that is widely distributed Disley Bumblebee Nest Removalthroughout the UK. They are mainly black and yellow, with a pale band on their thorax. They are one of the earlier bumblebees to emerge in the spring, and they often nest in abandoned mouse nests or bird boxes. Buff tails are gentle creatures but may sting if they are threatened. They are in colonies of up to 250 bees, and they mate from late June to early August.

Field cuckoo bee (Bombus campestris) is a bumblebee of the size 12-18mm. They are black with pale-yellow markings on the abdomen. Females can be identified by their large furry thorax, which appears white from a distance. They hover over flowers quite often, and they can be quite fast in flight. Bumblebees nest in the ground, either in abandoned rodent holes or soil that the bees have excavated. They may build their nests in colder climates in old bird nests or haystacks. Field cuckoo bees usually sting humans if they are mishandled. Colonies contain up to 400 individuals.

Bombus muscorum Moss carder bumblebee is typically black, but some variations exist. It has a long body that isn't very sticky, and its size varies between 11-14mm. The bumblebee nest in the ground, and they sting when agitated. There are four colonies to each bumblebee colony, with two queens per colony who mate up to 29 times per day with 20-30 males at one time. 

Although it may be tempting to try treating a bumblebee infestation yourself, this is not advisable. It is often ineffectiveDisley Bumblebee Nest Removal to use DIY products and methods and may aggravate the issue. Instead, it is best to call in an expert exterminator like Disley Bumblebee Nest Removal service near me at the first sign of a bumblebee infestation. They can not only get rid of Bumblebees quickly and safely, but they can also offer valuable advice on preventing further infestations.