Seasonal Alert: medium
Seasonal Alert: High Activity
Wasps are an unwelcome summer companion, and with their keen eye for ideal nesting spots this season is no exception. Attracted to areas where food sources like other insects abound, habitats near rivers or wooded spaces can often be magnets for wasp nests – and your home could easily become one of them! If you’re noticing high activity around your property now don’t hesitate; reach out directly to Aspen Wildlife Control in Ottawa-Gatineau region who specialize in safe removal of pesky wasps from homes.
Evaluate And Remove
With their stunning yet aggressive nature, wasps can be a major cause for concern in any domestic or commercial space. Nesting sites such as ceilings, attics and even fireplaces are very common spots where these insects may choose to build home – however each species is likely to opt for different locations specific to them. To ensure safety from the dangers of stings it’s best not try to tackle infestations alone – Capital Wildlife Control technicians were specially trained by experts so let them help you through this process.
Clear And Clean
At Aspen Wildlife Control, we take a reliable, safe and humane approach to wildlife control and elimination. Our expert technician will identify nests in need of cleaning as well as share tips on how you can keep problematic animals away for good. With our guidance, you’ll be able to enjoy the peace of mind that comes from living without invasive pests.
Some Facts About Wasps
- 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.
- Wasps feed 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.