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Bees, hornets, bumblebees and wasps are dreaded for their painful stings, an injection of venom can be fatal if one is allergic. For the nest, the wasp makes a sort of paper paste by mixing her saliva with cellulose that it harvests on the old wood. Their nest can be found anywhere because they want to hide from the wind and rain.

Nesting sites such as ceilings, attics, sheds and fireplaces are very common! The type of nest may vary depending on location and species. Given the aggressiveness of the wasp and the complications that a sting can cause, we strongly advise you to let our experts take care of it. Capital Wildlife Control technicians were specially trained to identify wasp entry points. Do not venture yourself!
Capital Wildlife Control's control and elimination strategy is reliable, safe and humane. Our intervention includes the identification and cleaning of all nests. Our expert technician will also advise you on the best techniques of prevention to the possible visits of these wildlife. These measures should help you regain a normal life in a healthy environment.
  • A nest is only used for one year, as the bad weather in autumn and winter destroy them.
  • The wasp's abdomen and body are very distinct, thin and hairy.
  • Bees, on the other hand, are more compact and hairy.
  • The bee feeds on nectar.
  • Wasp feeds on sugar, decaying fruit.
  • There are approximately 9 000 species worldwide.
  • All members of the colony die in winter except young queens who hibernate until spring to find new colonies.