Tag: NJ Yellow Jacket Control

  • Are Yellow Jackets Bees or Wasps?

    During the summer months, Monmouth County NJ pest control companies deal with yellow jackets and other stinging pests. Although you might hear yellow jackets referred to as bees, they’re actually not. These pests are a type of wasp. Yellow Jacket Identification Do you have honeybees or yellow jackets in your yard? You can tell yellow […]

  • Wasps, Hornets, and Yellow Jackets Part Three – What does a Yellow Jacket Look Like?

    Yellow jackets are among the most feared stinging insects and for good reason. These pests are usually more of a nuisance than paper wasps and hornets thanks to their nesting habits and diet. Keep the following information in mind if you want to know whether or not you have yellow jackets around the yard. Don’t […]

  • What to Know About the Baldfaced Hornet?

    When you see a big black and yellow flying insect, you might assume it’s a hornet, but some of these are actually different species. The baldfaced hornet is a yellowjacket species that Monmouth County pest control professionals deal with. Here’s what you should know about this stinging insect. Baldfaced hornets are common in most of […]

  • Fun Facts: These Weird Looking Insect Pests Are Found in New Jersey

    More than 300 different species of creepy crawly insects call New Jersey home. Do you need a NJ pest control professional to race to your rescue against these intimidating insects? The “Mini-Me” of scorpions… Pseudoscorpions are ¼ inch long with pincers – but no stingers. Like a walking post-it… The Masked Hunter’s sticky surface grabs […]

  • An Interesting Look at an Underground Yellow Jacket Nest

    Yellow jackets can be ground nesting wasps which are distinguishable from paper wasps by their shorter and stockier waists. They can and do nest beneath eaves, but since they are up high, they are much less of a problem than the ground nesting variety. The ground nesters can be a serious problem, especially if you […]