Do you know the differences between the most common and threatening stinging insects in our area? Find out more about each of them.
There are around 20,000 types of bees in the world, and only one of them is a honeybee. So, do all bees make honey? The answer is no. Find out why.
Carpenter bees get their name from the nests they create in wood, but that’s not the only thing you should know about them. Read on to learn more about this type of bee.
Does a bee swarm have you nervous? Learn more about what the bees are doing, if there is something you should worry about, and if bees are endangered.
When you find a bee hive in your yard, it is possible to remove it yourself, as long as you follow some safety guidelines. Here’s how to do it.
Because of its benefits in nature, bumble bees are a stinging insect that humans should not consider a pest. So, is the bumble bee endangered or are many of us panicking for nothing? Read on to find out whether or not bumble bees are an endangered species.
No one wants a wasp nest on their property. Wasps are dangerous, especially if their nests are disturbed. The wisest course of action is to have a qualified pest professional remove a wasp nest, but there are ways of doing it yourself.
Carpenter bees destroy your home’s exposed wood, causing structural damage. There are several ways to banish carpenter bees, but many involve chemical pesticides. Here are some natural alternatives for how to get rid of carpenter bees.
A hornet’s nest that is in an easy-to-reach spot and is smaller than a tennis ball may be safe enough for you to remove by yourself. Here’s some steps to take the sting out of the process.
Sometimes mistaken for bees, yellow jackets are predatory wasps that can become aggressive when their nests are disturbed. Here’s how to make your yard a no-fly zone, so you can take the sting out of summer fun.