Natural Pest Control for wasp, bees and hornets
Baldfaced hornet is actually a yellow jacket. It is sometimes called the white-faced hornet, but is actually a yellow jacket. It is around an inch long and is colored black and white. It is a large, with a body length of up to 3/4 of an inch. Baldfaced hornet is the larger species, typically over 15 mm in length.
Bumble bee is a herbivorous animal feeding primarily on nectar. It is a productive pollinator for spring-through-fall gardens and flowers. It has everything you want that is good for you. Almost everything. When Bumble bees are stumbled upon...their attack could be massive and fatal.
Cicada killer is commonly found in residential areas, city parks, forest edges, golf courses and oil tank farms. They is a solitary wasp, so you will only find one wasp per burrow. They is a solitary wasp rather than a social wasp like the yellow jacket. They is a solitary insect, which will burrow into soil for nest making. Cicada killer is named because of their prey of choice – adult cicadas.
Paper wasps are vespid wasps that gather fibers from dead wood and plant stems, which they mix with saliva, and use to construct water-resistant nests made of gray or brown papery material. Some types of paper wasps are also sometimes called umbrella wasps, due to the distinctive design of their nests
Yellow jacket has a smooth stinger that can be used to sting multiple times. They are one of the most feared , because of its burning sting. It is a social insect that lives in nests and/or colonies. They can live in aerial paper-like hives or in old mouse borrows. They is always going to be a bit divisive. It is notorious for disturbing many cook-outs, gardening chores and other outside activities because of their aggressiveness.
Mud Dauber is a form of wasp. This particular wasp is known by the mud that is caked on your door with a hole in the middle where wasp can be seen going in and out. Mud daubers construct small nests of mud in or around homes, sheds, and barns and under open structures, bridges and similar sites.