The best way to control masonry and miner bees in Manchester

Most bees are social insects, meaning that they live in colonies. However, there are also a few solitary species, such as masonry and miner bees. Unlike paper wasps and honey bees in Manchester, each bee lives in its own nest instead of a well-defended colony. Both masonry bees and miner bees can destroy your structures if their populations are not controlled.
The life of masonry bees
The bees establish their nests in summer or spring, and these usually contain around 6 to 12 eggs. The eggs are then sealed with mud but with nectar and pollen inside. After one year, they hatch into young adults. Masonry bees like nesting in empty holes such as old nails, unoccupied beetle borings, beneath roof tiles and the ground.
Mining bees
Their bodies are black and yellow in colour. They live in burrows and can sting.
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