Wasp on green stem next to small white flowers.

When you are faced with a bee problem, you may want to identify the types of pests that have invaded your yard. While bees and wasps may share some similar characteristics, these two types of insects are, in fact, highly different. One of the primary differences between wasps and bees is their general diet and feeding habits. Bees are pollinators, and they create honey from the pollen of flowers. By contrast, wasps are predatory insects. Along with their differences in feeding, wasps and bees also differ in their aggression levels and the pain of their stings. If you have a bee problem in your home, do not hesitate to contact a pest control company in Queens that offers bee removal services. For a comparison of bees and wasps, check out this video from Kevin Cook.

Comparing Bees and Wasps Serving Long Island and surrounding areas

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