Summer is almost upon us, and this is the time for the insect population to breed, and breed they do. Bees, wasps and hornets are generally forest creatures, yet often there is no line between a wooded area and your garden, at least not in their eyes, and in the event a swarm of bees decides to move into your garden, you should be very careful indeed.
- Multiple Stings – While bees only have one sting and die when this is released, the same cannot be said for wasps or hornets, which can sting and re-sting at will. The best solution is to call in the local pest control services in Portsmouth, as they have the know-how and equipment to exterminate the nest safely. An attack by hornets could be fatal if the person has an allergy to the toxins, and many people around the world are killed by an attacking swarm of insects, as are livestock.
- Bee Relocation – We are all aware of the dire shortage of bees and understand their role in nature, and because of this, the pest control company would prefer to relocate the bees rather than destroy them. Wasps and hornets, on the other hand, are humanely killed by a professional pest control officer. It is very difficult to remove all of the insects, which is what it takes to eradicate the problem, and the pest control officer has many powerful tools at his disposal.
Don’t Take Any Chances
If you notice an unusually high number of these insects in your garden, you are best advised to contact your local pest control company, who can send a technician to remove the nest.