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Bumblebees are known for their aggressive behaviour when defending their nest. They will sting anything that disturbs their nesting site, including humans! So if you see a Bumblebee buzzing around your garden, it's best to stay away from their nest. They will let off a distinctive alarm signal when danger is near that signals other Bumblebees to sting the predator.
The average Bumblebee nest usually has 30 to a few hundred members and lives in abandoned rodent nests, dry cavities like spaces between lofts and compost bins, to name a few. So as you can imagine getting stung by multiple bees is no playing matter. Extermination should be left only to professionals as Bumblebees can make a nest in a variety of places, making them harder to find and exterminate.
If you're experiencing a Bumblebee infestation, it's vital to get rid of them as soon as possible. A Bumblebee exterminator will ensure the bees are gone for good.
Most common bumblebees in the UK
Tree bees (Bombus hypnorum)- The tree bee, also known as Bombus hypnorum, is a species of bumblebee that can be found throughout the continent of Europe. Yellow and black stripes on the butterfly's body, as well as the long tongue it uses to collect nectar from flowers, indicate its identification. There are up to 500 individuals living in a tree bee colony.
Buff tail bee (Bombus Terrestris)-The buff tail bee, also known as the Bombus Terrestris, is widespread throughout Europe and North America. It has a black and orange body and a long tongue. The buff tail is a social bee, which means that it lives in colonies with up to 500.
Large garden bumblebee (Bombus ruderatus)-Large garden bumblebees are found in much of Europe. Their black and yellow stripes easily identify them. Large garden bumblebees are social bees and live in colonies with up to a few hundred. Like many others, They feed on nectar and pollen.
What happens if you get stung?
Depending on your sensitivity and reaction time, getting stung could result in a serious reaction called anaphylactic shock. Therefore, you should seek medical attention immediately.
Do bumble bees hibernate?
Bumblebees are known to hibernate, going into a dormant state. This means that they will stop flying and foraging for food until warmer weather. Bumblebees prefer to live in warmer climates, where they get more sunlight and warmth from the earth.
Bumblebees come out in the UK during the springtime, but they get very active in mid-April if the weather is warm. They get their name because of the noise they make with their wings when flying around.
When you're in need of a bumblebee exterminator to get rid of Bumblebees, never try to do it yourself. You risk exposing your home or business to these pesky insects and potentially other pests. Affetside Bumblebee hive removal service is your best bet for getting rid of bees without the hassle. We offer fast and effective solutions that will get those bees out of there so you can enjoy the peace and quiet again! Give us a call today at 0161 776 9832 if you have questions about our services or want more information on how we work with customers to help them Get Rid Of Bumblebees.