Do Wasps Bite or Sting? Wasps are very defensive and their sting can be deadly for some people. Most wasps are predators and feed on other insects. Wasps usually sting humans but will also bite people if they feel threatened. The aerial nesters and the yellow jacket will guard their territory by stinging and biting. … Continue reading Do Wasps Bite or Sting?
Wreaking havoc wherever they fly, they pester children playing outside and sting innocent bystanders whenever the chance arises. You already know which infuriating summer pest we’re talking about, right? Wasps. Wouldn’t every gorgeous sunny day be better without them? Imagine a world where we could enjoy our time with friends, family and the local … Continue reading Wasp Control Trivia: Do These Insects Pollinate?
Winters in St. Catharines are cold, and it’s not just people who need to keep warm to survive. Bees and wasps in the area have developed some great survival strategies to get through the long cold months. Their survival techniques range from shivering to hibernation. To help protect your business or home from bees and … Continue reading Commercial Pest Control: How Bees and Wasps Survive Winter
From a patio restaurant or the side of the sports field to your backyard barbeque by the pool, bees and wasps seem to be everywhere. They are inescapable and can pose a real threat if one stings you. It’s just natural that during this time of the year, when the leaves are starting to change … Continue reading Busy Bees and Wasps Preparing for Winter
These striped buzzing insects may seem to be simply an annoyance, but they play an important role in terms of pollinating a range of food-producing plants. Wasps can be extremely irritating, especially if they decide to nest in your workplace, home, yard or garden. In addition to pollination, because of their predatory nature, wasps also … Continue reading Found a Wasp Nest? Time to Call Truly Nolen
Pests like the hornet, wasp or bee may look similar at first glance but they all have different roles in the ecosystem. This article will go into more detail about each specie and why it is important to deal with a pest control problem properly. Take the wasp, for example, they are beneficial to our … Continue reading Pest Control: Common Wasp Species found in Canada
When a wasp stings, it is most often accompanied by pain and swelling around the affected area, healing by itself after a few days. Though very few people die annually from wasp stings in Canada, caution is still advised with these insects. Especially for those that are allergic to a wasps sting. Summertime is when … Continue reading How to Avoid Wasps this Summer
Bees and wasps hold a great importance to the ecosystem but can turn into a pest if they inhabit the wrong places. What should you do if you suspect an infestation on your property? Truly Nolen Canada helps you assess if the situation is severe enough to call it an infestation, or if perhaps it’s … Continue reading Truly Nolen: Effective Solution for Bees and Wasps
Though wasps feed on other insects and nectar, and don’t purposefully attack people, they’re still unsafe to have around. If you’re allergic to a wasps sting, having a nest on your property can be particularly dangerous. Wasps sting when feeling defensive and attacked, if you squeeze one by accident, it will sting. This could ruin … Continue reading Wasps in Summer: Avoid Stings with Nest Control
Wasps can be very dangerous if they inhabit a property. Though not everyone is allergic to the wasp sting, an attack from multiple wasps can still cause an allergic reaction. They pose an even greater risk since they build nests in hidden areas which one can knock down or disturb unknowingly. When this happens, a … Continue reading Spotted a Wasps Nest At Your Home? What’s Your Next Step?