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nasty surprise
6/17/2014 6:11:12 AM
Pest Control Liverpool, Wirral, Warrington and Chester.


A customers grand kids wanted the sun loungers out in their grans garden. Lucky the shed door was stuck so the gran got them out. As she pulled out the cushions that had been stored at the back a wasp nest fell out from between were they had been folded. The wasps came flying out and she got stung 4 times. A very nasty surprise.

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wasp season
6/14/2014 6:52:34 AM
Pest Control Liverpool, Wirral, Warrington and Chester.
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Wasp season is very much on the way. I've treated lots of little nests in garages or sheds but this nest from yesterday had hundreds of active wasps. The wasps are still small (almost half the end season size) but extremely active. This nest was out in Cheshire in Barrow.

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starlings nest
6/13/2014 5:21:47 AM
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The corner of this house has become home to a family of starlings. They are a rowdy and noisy neighbour to have. The homeowner wants rid sooner rather than later.

The birds cannot be moved until after the birds/chicks have left the nest. The chicks do fledge quickly but the adults can start another clutch of eggs in the same year. Carefully monitoring of the nest is required to make sure the birds are out before it can be cleaned and proofed to prevent further access/usage.
tree bee in bird box
6/12/2014 5:22:26 AM
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Its been well over a month since I updated my Facebook and website blogs. The world has gone crazy for a certain type of bumblebee called the tree bee. An explosion of them happened about 2 months back and it seemed like every other house had them in the eaves.

They are a relatively new bee species to the UK. They were first discovered in 2001 down South. They have made there way up the country to be found in massive numbers this year due to the mild Winter and warm Spring.

They will of been originally found in this country until the last ice age pushed them out with all the other bee species. They however did not return with the retreat of the ice like the other bees. This puzzled naturalists as the UK habitat is perfect and the English Channel is no real obstacle for this strong flying bee.

Anyway this bee is certainly back to stay, nests have been so numerous this year that they made the papers on multiple occasions.

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