Wasps are our specialist subject and controlling these stinging insects fast, requires experience. If you need wasp nest removal in Bristol we would be delighted to help. To discover more about British wasps and more about our services - please visit our wasp control page.
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I had to chuckle to myself yesterday, when a customer called to say she had bumble bees in a bird box in the garden.
She explained that earlier the same day, a bee expert had come to reassure her that the bumble bees in her bird box were very mild tempered.
Unfortunately these were tree bumble bees, so as he drew nearer they decided to pay him a visit.
The customer explained that seeing this elderly man running down the garden pursed by three irate bumble bees was amusing but did little to reassure her that the kids would be safe to play near it.
Thats where we stepped in to help.
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Bumble bees are remarkable, but also a common nuisance pest in peoples homes and gardens. It is little wonder then, that we are called upon to remove and or control these insects on a regular basis.
Most bumble bees, especially those most at risk are not treated with the exception of the tree bumble bee (pictured) which creates very large and sometimes dangerous nests at height.
Every year we have builders, roofers and of course home owners and their pets and children stung by this particular type of bumble bee that is spreading like wild fire across the southern half of the united kingdom.
Variety is the spice of life and in Bristol we have seen an increase in the number of larger spiders found in the last few years.
This could be coincidence, or maybe a growing trend?
Whatever the cause or coincidence it has been fantastic seeing these amazing creatures and photographing them.
If you live in the Bristol area and find an unusual spider, please share your pictures with, it would be great to see and share them.
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Hornets are amazing creatures, but rarely do you get the chance to go head to head with a European Hornet Queen. This lovely example was discovered by a customer while trying to get his lawn mower out of the shed!
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Bristol bees have never had it so good. It would seem that 2015 is a great year for honey bees, because we have been inundated with reports of swarms turning up in peoples gardens like the one pictured.
Climate varies from year to year, so we see annual variations in the populations of all the insects, rodents and birds we are required to control for people.
Lets hope the apparent recovery of honey bees continues.
As seen by and
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Once again it's the season for Bumble Bee control in Bristol. The bumble bees pictured are the now infamous tree bumble bees (B. hypnorum) and although many would have you believe they are lovely - we have customers who will disagree.
These bees benefit from nesting directly on peoples ceilings, effectively giving them under floor heating - keeping them active all year!
The other interesting thing about these bees is their apparent ability to recognise the pesticide dusts and avoid them.
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