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

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Ashton upon Mersey BumbleBee nest removal near me  

Bumblebees can be a nuisance when they build their nests near our homes. However, the insects are not only a nuisance but are also quiteAshton upon Mersey bumblebee dangerous if disturbed. This could result in you getting stung and just, so you are aware Bumblebees can sting multiple times; thus, they are better off away from your family or pets. Therefore, it is essential to call us to get rid of Bumblebees safely and effectively.

Bumblebees nest in a range of places, but the most common include lofts, roof spaces, insulations and most cavities around the home. These are just a few. You should assume that a Bumblebee can nest anywhere around your home its no wonder they have become such a common pest. Below is a few common pests found in vast areas of the UK

The field cuckoo bee (Bombus campestris) is a solitary, ground-nesting bee. It is the most common cuckoo bee in the United Kingdom. The female field cuckoo bee will tunnel into the ground to create a nest. In turn, she will lay her eggs in the nest of another bee, such as a bumblebee or a honeybee. The eggs of the field cuckoo bee will hatch, and the baby bees will eat whatever food the other bees have stored for their own young.

Moss carder bumblebees are a species of bumblebee that can be found across the UnitedAshton upon Mersey bumblebee control Kingdom. They get their name from the moss that they like to nest in. These bees are solitary and will only form colonies if food is abundant. They usually build their nests at the base of trees or on buildings. Moss carder bumblebees feed on nectar and pollen.

The Heath bumblebee (Bombus jonellus) is a species of bumblebee that is endemic to the United Kingdom. It has a black thorax and abdomen, with white hairs on its head and upper body. It is a social bee and nests in colonies of up to 400 individuals. The Heath bumblebee feeds on nectar and pollen,

When are Bumblebees most active?

Bumblebees are generally less active during the daytime hours. If you see a bumblebee during the day, it is most likely because it looks for food. They are usually more active during the early morning and evening hours.

Bumblebees are active during the year's warmer months, typically spring and summer. They are not usually engaged in winter unless they live in milder winters or tropical climates where they can keep flying all year. Bumblebees are most active once the air temperature reaches around 60 degrees Fahrenheit. At this point, bumblebees are feeding on flowers to collect nectar and pollen. 

If you find a nest somewhere outdoors, then it's best to leave it alone and call an Ashton upon Mersey BumbleBee hive removal specialist. We will arrange a Bumble Bee exterminator at the soonest!

Ashton upon Mersey tree bumblebeeIf you're trying to get rid of bumblebees, then it's essential to know that they won't just go away on their own. They are persistent insects that can be very dangerous when disturbed or threatened. In addition, bumblebees are known for their painful stings, which is why many people want to get rid of them near the home or along property lines.