- 28th October 2017
- Posted by: Robert Brown
- Category: News
Hopefully this will be the last post for wasps this year… however it isn’t unheard of for them to still be buzzing around into the later months. Last year we got called to a house in November with the customer reporting wasp activity outside their bedroom window. To our surprise there was in fact still an active wasp nest in their loft ?!
Usually wasps will die off at the end of September, however it is becoming more and more common to see them much later into the year. If you do see wasps still active in or around your property get in contact with us and we will sort out the rest >>>> http://envirotrap.co.uk/services/wasp-pest-control/
As you can see from the attached picture it’s fascinating how perfect each and every cell within the nest is constructed.
Next years Queens should now be leaving the old nests and going into hibernation over winter, waiting to reappear in early spring. She will start building her own nest which will be as small as a golf ball with only 7 cells, but by the end of the year the nest can be as big as a beach ball containing thousands of cells! ???