Yellow Jackets- This bee is most commonly found in the ground or seen entering into eaves or wall voids.  There is one queen and she produces drone workers that take care of the nest and the foraging.  Once the nest matures, the queen will create reproductive bees, both male and female, and these reproductive bees are the seen near eaves in the fall to overwinter in attic spaces or wall voids.  This bee can sting repeatedly and are very aggressive.  An exterior treatment can be done as a preventative measure to keep this bee from making nests on the structure, otherwise a contact spray or dust may be used on larger nests.

Paper Wasps- This bee is usually seen building nests under eaves and behind shutters.  They are not as aggressive as a yellow jacket, but will attack you if they feel the nest is threatened.  An exterior treatment can be done as a preventative measure to keep this bee from making nests on the structure, otherwise a contact spray or dust may be used on larger nests.

Bald Face Hornets- This bee is easily identified by its lack of color.  A white color will take the place of the normal yellow found on bees.  They are an aggressive bee and will sting repeatedly if threatened.  They are not as aggressive as a yellow jacket, but caution should be taken near them.  They are known to build the typical paper nest, but do so very fast.  It is not uncommon to witness a medium sized nest built within a two week period.  An exterior treatment can be done as a preventative measure to keep this bee from making nests on the structure, otherwise a contact spray or dust may be used on larger nests.

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