Wasps and Bees


Bees and honey bees are endangered species, we don’t remove bee nests.

If you have bee hive or a swarm of bees have settled near you, contact xxxx 



The common wasp is about 12-17mm in size, has a black and yellow striped body with a narrow waist.

Wasps build nests with a combination of wood pulp and saliva. Nests start off small and they can reach sizes larger than a football. Nests are usually built in sheltered areas with easy access to the outside. Wasp nests can be found in roof spaces, wall cavities, under eaves, sheds, garages and bird boxes.

Wasps can become a nuisance and will become aggressive and repeatedly sting if they are disturbed.

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