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Cadishead Bumblebee Nest Removal
Bumblebees are becoming a more common sight in Cadishead as they build their nests and colonies. But unfortunately, they pose a danger to people who have an anaphylactic shock.
Anaphylactic shock is when a person has a sudden and severe allergic reaction. This can cause problems breathing.
Bumblebees can sting us, and that sting can trigger someone's allergic reaction. They can be more dangerous if you have kids or unsuspecting pets who could find themselves in harm's way if the nest has deemed them as a threat. Therefore, you should know how to get rid of Bumblebees before they become a problem.
You would usually hear and see them flying around in the warmer temperatures; they can nest almost anywhere around the property, but the following places are most common, roof spaces, cracks in the wall, cavities in trees or home insulations. They are fond of nesting in the ground but can also go to places like garages and sheds. It's important to get a bumblebee exterminator early and not leave them to reproduce as the nest will only get bigger.
Understanding them is key in not getting stung. So, to help you along, we provided some info about these furry creatures.
The Large garden bumblebee is a large, fuzzy black and red insect. The bee has an orange head with a white stripe going from its forehead to the back of its head. It has long legs for buzz pollination and collects pollen on its rear leg hairs by rubbing them together. It nests underground or in dead plants, creating burrows that go down about 3 feet into the ground where there are chambers for egg-laying and storage of food sources. They show up from February to March, nest during the warmer months, then hibernate all winter long, usually at higher altitudes away from swamps which they find too humid.
The Shrill carder bee is a beautiful creature that nests in the ground. These insects are about an inch long with rusty red bands on their black thoraxes. The males have a white face while the females have a yellow look. These bees are important pollinators and are non-stinging. They live in colonies of around 50-100 individuals.
The red tail bee is a type of bumblebee found in Europe. They are about 15-20 mm long and have a reddish-orange tail. They nest in the ground, usually in rural areas, and sting if they are disturbed. They live in colonies of around 50-200 bees.
The red tail bee is a bumblebee species, so it has a large round body with yellow/orange-red markings on its abdomen. The markings are less distinctive than in other species. However, there is usually some dark banding around the edges of the tergum. They have no colouration on their faces or heads.
Even though you may be tempted to try and get rid of a bumblebee hive on your own, using do-it-yourself products is not recommended. Besides being ineffective, these products may also be dangerous if used incorrectly. It's always best to leave the job to the experts like Cadishead Bumblebee hive removal, who mastered the art of getting rid of bumblebees safely. We offer a wide range of services.