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Astley Bridge Bumblebee Nest Removal
Bumblebees are one of the most well-known insects because of their distinctive black and yellow stripes. However, they're also known for their deadly sting, which they use to defend themselves against predators. If a nest is disturbed, a single Bumblebee can sting multiple times, so it is a no brainer why people do not want these pests around the home because it risks your families' well-being or, worse, your unsuspecting kids.
Sometimes Bumblebees will make their nests in lofts, garages, cupboards, or even behind fascia boards. Please keep in mind that the places listed are not limited. You can go on the assumption that they can nest anywhere around your property. So when residents have a problem with a Bumblebee nest somewhere, they can call the local Astley Bridge Bumble Bee exterminator for help instead of getting stung by the bees!
It's important to know that even though Bumble Bees are insects, their sting is much more potent than other bees.
There is a range of Bumblebees that dwell in the United Kingdom; to help you understand them, we have listed a few below.
The bilberry bumblebee is a species of bumblebee native to North America. It gets its name because it mainly feeds on bilberry flowers. The bee is black and has a yellow band on its abdomen. It is a social bee and lives in colonies of up to 400 bees. The bilberry bumblebee nests in the ground but is not limited to this. It usually builds its nest near the edge of a field or meadow.
The Heath bumblebee is a species of bumblebee found in the United Kingdom. The species was first discovered in Hampshire. The bumblebee is a black and yellow colour. The head and thorax are black, while the abdomen is yellow. The wings are also black. The bee is about 12-16 mm long. The Heath bumblebee is a social bee and lives in colonies. The colonies are usually small, with about 50-100 bees. In the daytime, they are at their most active.
Bombus pratorum, the early bumblebee, is a small, orange and black bee. It is around 12-14 mm in length. It is pretty hairy, and its colouration varies depending on the season. The early bumblebee can be found from late March to early October. It is a social bee and nests in underground cavities, but not always. B. pratorum feeds primarily on nectar but will also collect pollen.
The moss carder bumblebee is a species of bumblebee that is found in Europe. It gets its name because it often nests in mossy banks. It is a relatively small bumblebee, with queens measuring around 15 mm in length and workers measuring around 11 mm. Dark brown or black is the colour of the body, accompanied by pale bands on the thorax and a pale face. Females build their own nests and fill them with food for her young. The moss carder bumblebee feeds on nectar and pollen from a wide range of flowers.
You should always hire experts when the time comes to get rid of bumblebees. You don't want them coming back, and you also do not want your family or pets around while trying DIY methods that may end up harming more than just the bees. We're experts in this field and can help get rid of bumblebees for good! Don't waste time. Astley Bridge Bumblebee Hive Removal specialists are waiting for your call.