Category Archives: Wasp nest

Stubborn wasp queens pass their personality on to their colony

Annoying and stubborn! That’s how most of us would characterise the wasps that buzz around our food when we try to enjoy a quiet lunch outside. But there may be more to wasp personality than this, according to work led … Continue reading

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Why climate change is good news for wasps

Their numbers vary enormously from year to year, but warmer weather will provide wasps with more favourable conditions Several new species of wasp have arrived in Britain with our warming weather, and their larger relative the hornet, once confined to … Continue reading

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Wasps making the most of warmest winter in years

WASPS AT Christmas? Well it seems the weather has been so mild so far this winter that there are  still wasps buzzing about – and for one local couple it means business at a time of year when they’re used … Continue reading

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Wasp Wipeout: A community-led project reclaim our outdoors from pests

The Nelson Mail and Stuff are today launching Wasp Wipeout, a community-led conservation project that aims to significantly reduce German and common wasp populations in the Nelson-Tasman region this summer. To help explain why, Jonathan Carson reports on the devastating impact of vespula … Continue reading

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Wasps removed Preston

Wasps can be destructive, and if left will invade your property, and create the most amazing nest, which will grow and grow, both in size and population. Wasps Destroyed 07787758033 It is essential that the wasp nest is destroyed, and … Continue reading

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Increase in wasps nests still plaguing South Cheshire residents

Despite the recent cold snap, a spate of incidents involving wasps have continued to affect residents across the Crewe and Nantwich area, writes Jules Hornbrooke. In September a wasp swarm near to a primary school in Willaston was dealt with … Continue reading

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Brave Bailey loses fight for life after wasp attack in Haxby

Back in July ,13 and half year old Bailey was walking with his owner Sarah Stelling in the West Nooks area by the River Foss when wasps attacked. He ended up in the water after being badly stung trying to defend … Continue reading

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Bid to burn wasp nest starts Bletchley garage fire

  A garage was destroyed and a house damaged by smoke as two DIY pest controllers attempted to burn a wasp nest. The blaze took hold in a garage in Oakwood Drive, Bletchley at about 14:20 BST on Sunday. Buckinghamshire … Continue reading

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Pest controllers discover giant nest built by 10,000 wasps in house loft

A giant nest built by up to 10,000 stinging wasps has been discovered in a loft space The nest was allowed to reach close to its maximum size because the property in question, in the sleepy country village of Pipewell … Continue reading

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Hornet Nest

Mike Dilger visits the home of naturalist Stephen Powles, to find a hornet’s nest in the spare bedroom. It offers a unique chance to see their world close up. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p048lwx9/player

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