DATE POSTED: October 29, 2019
In New England, fall is one of the prettiest seasons for residents and tourists alike. However, for resident yellow jackets, fall is a time of survival and extra aggression. Fall is the last chance of life for a yellow jacket, so its determination to find food makes it extremely aggressive toward anyone who tries to get in its way.
DATE POSTED: July 23, 2019
Our homes and properties become incredibly attractive to wasps and yellow jackets as locations to create nests. Unfortunately, this means that many South Portland residents are already seeing these harmful insects on their properties and even inside of their homes. But why?
DATE POSTED: February 28, 2019
One of the nice things about living in New England is getting a break each winter from some of the more unpleasant pests that bug us all summer. Stinging insects, like yellow jackets, wasps, and hornets, die off each winter, which means we have an opportunity each spring to prevent these pests from colonizing on our property
DATE POSTED: May 31, 2018
Winters in Maine can be harsh, but at least during the winter you don't have to be concerned about stinging insects. When the weather warms up, out come the bees, wasps, and yellow jackets to plague you on your South Portland property. Here are a few things you should know to avoid getting stung.