After a mild winter, it’s hardly surprising that we are already seeing evidence of wasp activity and receiving call-outs following wasp sightings. Most of the calls are related to wasp queens that have been seen building their nests; one of our directors watched a queen start building a nest in the the folds of the bedroom curtain.
One can only assume that, as summer develops, the level of wasp activity will increase. Generally, they are at their most active during the months of June and July. While it is not uncommon to see some insignificant activity during April, the levels have far exceeded the norm.
Getting in touch
Give us a call on 0121 693 6616 if you do become concerned about wasp nests or wasp activity; do not, however, mistake bee activity for wasps. Bees are generally active at this time of year, so it wouldn’t be out of the ordinary. As a responsible pest control company we do not like to treat bees unless they pose a threat to the public, so we always recommend contacting a beekeeper in the event of honey bee activity.
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