Bumblebee Hive Removal £69.50
Bumblebee Hive Removal £69.50

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Greengate Bumblebee Hive Removal   

Spring's arrival reignites the passion for gardening. Unfortunately, you may have a bumblebee infestation. It might be difficult for you to work on planting,Greengate Bumblebee Nest Removal cleaning, or even altering your garden's terrain because these bumblebees may feel threatened by your presence in close proximity to their nest. They'll sting if they detect a threat to the nest. Suppose you believe there are bumblebees in your garden. In that case, you should call a Greengate Bumblebee Nest Removal Near me company right away. But why? We need to look at the hazards that these insects pose before understanding why. Many individuals are unaware that bumblebees can be harmful to people, but it's true!

Once these creatures sting you and alert the nest to possible intrusion, the entire nest will defend with their life, so what does that mean for you? With each individual sting, a dose of venom is injected into your bloodstream. Suppose you like many others who suffer from allergies to venom. In that case, this is especially concerning as you could slip into anaphylactic shock, this is when the body's immune system will be affected by the bee venom, and your airways swell up, which cuts off airway passage, the common symptoms are rhythmic throbbing, breathlessness and swelling of your tongue, vomiting, nausea, migraine headaches. Once you spot these side effects, you need to resort to medical assistance immediately. Once that's done, give Greengate Bumblebee hive removal a shout. We will send out an exterminator to help you right away.

Where do bumblebees nest?

Greengate Bumblebee Nest RemovalThese fuzzy flying creatures nest in a multitude of places around one's property, but the most obvious places are sheds, behind fascia boards, in compost heaps, garages, even places like in between cracks, crevices and most cavities around the home they find appealing. For your understanding, we have provided a few summaries on the most common species:

The Field cuckoo bee (Bombus campestris) is a reddish-brown hairy insect that resembles the European honeybee, and it has yellow pressure from pollen on its back when in flight. This species produces one generation per year, emerging in July with heavy mating flights occurring at dusk or dawn. These bees feed primarily on nectar and collect pollen to use as food for their larval brood underground in their nesting hole by choosing species of flowers so they will not mix up their own pollen with other species'.

The Gypsy cuckoo bee (Bombus bohemicus) is a bumblebee species found in parts of Europe and western Asia. These bees are black, and gold and can grow up to 18mm long. They are peaceful creatures that do not sting unless they feel threatened. Gypsy cuckoo bees live in colonies of around 50-200 individuals, and the queen bee will lay eggs that are then cared for by the other bees in the colony. These eggs will eventually hatch into new gypsy cuckoo bees. 

Whitetail bees, also known as lucorum bees, are social bees characterized by their black and yellow markings. These bees can be found in Europe, North Africa, and parts of Asia. They live in colonies that can range from a few hundred to over 5,000 individuals. The lucorum bee is an excellent pollinator and can help with crop production. They are not aggressive and will only sting humans if they feel threatened.

When you need to get rid of bumblebees, it's vital that you consult with experts like the Greengate Bumblebee Nest Removal service near me for theGreengate Bumblebee Nest Removal Removal and extermination of these pesky pests from your property, including natural treatments as well as traditional methods. You don't want to trust DIY products because they often contain toxins that can be harmful to your family and any other animals on your property. Let us know if we can help by contacting our team today!