Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Racing Horse Farm threatened by Massive Yellow Jacket Nest

We recieved a call from a Marion county racing horse farm that had encountered a massive Yellow Jacket nest while workers were clearing a fence line. They had tried to treat it with a few cans of wasp freeze, to no avail. They also tried to burn the yellow jackets out, but the wasps were'nt budging.

Enter ALLFloridaBeeRemoval.com's Richard Martyniak to the rescue! Donning protective gear, he treated and then removed the nest, which measured 7 feet X 4feet X 3 feet deep! 

3 hours later, this is what was removed:

Should you need yellow jacket nest removal, please contact us at 800-343-5317 or info@allfloridabeeremoval.com

Richard Martyniak, M.Sc., Entomologist
The Buzzkillers, LLC

Friday, November 5, 2010

West Melbourne external bee nest

We've been seeing more bees in Melbourne and Brevard County that are suspected African Honey Bees (AHB), or Killer Bees. One of the characteristics of AHB is that they build these kind of external comb nests much, much more readily than their European Bee cousins.

Please, if you come across a bee nest similar to this, do not try to remove it yourself. This nest has maybe 30-50,000 Bees !!!, and you could get overwhelmed quite quickly.

Contact the stinging insect professionals at ALLFloridaBeeRemoval.com, 800-343-5317.

Richard Martyniak, M.Sc., Entomologist
The Buzzkillers, LLC

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Mt. Dora Yellow Jacket removal

Here, I am holding a nice sized YellowJacket nest removed from a Mt. Dora, Fla Elder-Care facility. This nest had at least 10,000 wasps, and posed a significant risk to the residents, employees and visitors to the facility.

Nests like this can kill or severely injure if treated improperly. We are experts at removing ground wasp and ground bee nests, and our protocol minimizes risk to people and pets.

Please, if you encounter ground bee nests such as this, please contact the stinging insect experts at ALLFloridaBeeRemoval.com or call us at 1-800-343-5317.

Richard Martyniak, M.Sc., Entomologist