Local wasp nest removal specialist company Morley

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Wasps: wasps are parasites, and feed on nectar only as adults. Many wasps are predatory, using other insects (often paralyzed) as food for their larvae. In parasitic species, the first meals are almost always derived from the host in which the larvae grow. Several types of social wasps are omnivorous, feeding on a variety of fallen fruit, nectar, and carrion.

Indication of wasp infestation in your property: If you see wasps entering & leaving a hole in the ground, a wall, roof or any other part of a building between May & November then you probably have a wasp nest. You may be getting ‘unexplained’ wasps inside a room which may indicate a nest nearby. In the autumn as the days get shorter wasps get attracted to lights inside building which they confuse with sunrise. Some species of wasps will build outside in bushes and trees.

Why is wasp nest removal necessary?

Wasps build their nests in a variety of places, often choosing sunny spots. Nests are commonly located in holes underground, along riverbanks or small hillocks, attached to the side of walls, trees or plants, or underneath floors or eaves of houses. Wasp nests are most easily found on sunny days at dawn or dusk as the low light levels make it easier to spot the wasps flying in and out of their nests. Wasp nests found in dangerous places (such as in houses or in commonly used public spaces) should be reported to the local council or pest control service for removal as wasps will attack and sting humans, particularly if threatened, so care should be taken around wasps and their nests. Individuals react differently to the stings, some are hardly affected, others may suffer redness and swelling and in rare cases, serious allergic reactions can occur resulting in death caused by anaphylactic shock.

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