European Hornets Perhaps the “European” portion of a European Hornet’s name implies civility, propriety and drinking wine with your dinner. Unfortunately, I cannot validate these assumptions, but rather, have a lot to say about how European Hornets are NOT
Yellowjacket hornets Much like ants and other scavenging pests, yellow jackets can be a nuisance at barbecues, camping, and other summertime gatherings. But while a few yellow jackets around your home are nothing to worry about, how can Georgia homeowners
Wasp and Hornets There is a great deal of variety amongst wasp species here in Georgia. Yellow jackets, mud daubers, and hornets all fall under the category of wasps, but each has their own unique behaviors that set them apart.
Honey Bees Honey bees are one of the most popular and well-known species of insects. Many people are well aware of their function in the larger ecosystem as well as the recent decline in honey bee population. While honey bees
Cicada killers are a species of large wasps that are common all across the Southeast. They are approximately two inches long and have a yellow/black body coloration. The males of the species are about two times smaller than the females.
Here in Georgia, many homeowners will call us and report having spotted what look like enormous bees. While they can sometimes be mistakenly identified as Asian Giant Hornets, the creatures in question are typically European Hornets. I have spoken
Giant Resin Bee The giant resin bee is a solitary Asian bee that has been introduced into the southeastern United States. Exactly how is not known, but it is assumed that the introduction was a result of commerce and occurred