HORNETS CONTROL IN KENYA

Hornets Infestation Control in Kenya
Hornets Infestation Control in Kenya

HORNETS CONTROL SERVICES IN KENYA

Hornets control in Kenya
Hornets control in Kenya

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Hornets

Hornet
Hornet

Hornets are stinging insects that are part of the wasp family. They are one of the thousands of species in the hymenopteran order. This order also includes bees, ants, and other wasps.

Hornets are about an inch in size and have yellow stripes that contrast against dark bodies. They are winged and have antennae, legs, and a stinger.

Hornet stings generally cause mild symptoms, but they can result in allergic reactions or other serious symptoms. Hornet venom contains a histamine that can trigger severe allergic reactions in people.

Most of the time, you can treat hornet stings on your own, but you should seek immediate medical treatment if your symptoms are severe.

Hornets live throughout the world. You may be most likely to encounter hornets when outside. Their nests can be near dwellings or in nature, such as in decayed trees or shrubs.

Hornets are more prone to sting when they feel threatened. A single hornet can sting once or multiple times, and sometimes hornets swarm and can cause tens or hundreds of stings.

Hornet control in Kenya

Hornets are considered pests because they will sting humans when they feel they or their nest are threatened. Hornets are wasps that belong to the genus, Vespa. Hornet stings can be life-threatening for the small portion of the population that is allergic to insect stings.

If you believe a colony of hornets may be building a nest on your property, we highly recommend contacting our pest control professional for assistance. Most serious hornet stinging incidents occur when untrained people attempt to remove nests by do-it-yourself methods.

Concerned about hornets? Schedule a free inspection with a licensed Jopestkil Kenya technician by calling 0723362334 / 0733650805 or contacting us online.

Hornet treatment process

When you contact Jopestkil Fumigation and Pest Control Services Company Nairobi Kenya for hornet control services you can rest assured that the nests and live hornets on your property will be removed by a trained, licensed Technician. We strongly discourage anyone from approaching a hornet nest that is not a pest control professional.

A technician will first inspect your property and identify any hornet nests. Once an active nest on the property has been confirmed, the technician will safely identify the type of stinging pest. Hornets require different control methods from other types of wasps and stinging insects so its important to correctly identify the pest in question before prescribing a treatment method.

The technician will then discuss with the customer the options for removal and agree on the service. After the customer consultation, the Technician will safely remove the nest and live hornets wearing safety equipment. The customer will be advised to stay away from the area where the nest is located and keep children and pets inside.

Hornets Infestation in Kenya

There are over 20 different species of hornets around the world but only a few are commonly found infesting properties in Kenya. Hornets are often confused with other types of wasps, especially yellow jackets. Hornets tend to be bigger than other types of wasps and their distinctive and often very large nests set them apart.

Bald faced hornets and African hornets are the two types of hornets that our technicians encounter most often in the field.

Bald faced hornets have white markings on their head and thorax and build nests that are covered in a papery shell.

African hornets are brownish with orange markings, and build their nests in natural cavities like trees, stumps or in cavities within buildings.

Due to the aggressiveness of hornets around their nests, we strongly recommend contacting Jopestkil Fumigation and Pest Control Services Company Nairobi Kenya online to schedule a time for a certified pest control expert to safely perform a free inspection of your property.

What is a hornet?

Hornets are stinging insects that are members of the wasp family. They are distinguished by their larger size and aerial nests vs the nests in the ground that most wasps make. They may also have a red or orange coloring rather than the traditional yellow and black. While hornets aren’t generally as aggressive as other wasps, hornet nest removal is best handled by a pest control professional.

The general name hornet is frequently misused for just about any species of large, ferocious looking and stinging insect. Most people use the term “hornet” to designate both bald-faced hornets and the African hornets, even though the African hornet is a true hornet and the bald-faced hornet is actually in the same insect group as yellow jackets.

Types of Hornets in Kenya

There are approximately twenty different species of true, known hornets worldwide. Other species of wasps that are mistakenly called hornets include the bald-faced hornet, the mud dauber, the ground hornet and the yellow jacket.

  • The African hornet – the only true African hornet – ranges between 1 and 1.5 inches in length with two pairs of wings and three pairs of legs. Their coloring is reddish-brown for the most part, with darker brown shades in between the head, thorax, abdominal, and legs. Their nests are distinctive, made from paper-like material that they create by mixing their saliva with fibers that workers gather for the queen. Their colonies can lead to the development of hundreds of new eggs per season and each individual egg then goes through the process of becoming adults over a short amount of time.

  • Bald-faced hornets are named for the white markings on their face. Their bodies are typically darker and may have yellow or white stripes. While larger in size, bald-faced hornets are actually wasps and similar to yellow jackets. They build papery nests like the African hornet and can become aggressive when threatened.

  • Mud daubers are wasps that construct their nests out of mud. Their homes can either look like small piles with tunnel openings or long mud tubes. Mud daubers are less aggressive than other varieties of wasp.

  • Ground hornets are actually digger wasps. These insects burrow deep into the ground and are sometimes called “cicada killers” because they hunt and kill cicadas for food.

  • Yellow jackets are your stereotypical wasp. They have distinctive yellow and black markings and can be aggressive towards humans. Yellow jackets build their nests underground.

Are hornets dangerous?

When a hornet feels threatened, it releases an attack pheromone that will draw other hornets nearby to mobilize a defensive attack. This can also happen if a hornet is cleaned near its nest. Just like wasps, they have smooth stingers which make them capable of making multiple painful stings without any harm coming to themselves. Also like wasps, they aren’t inherently aggressive unless they feel that their nest is threatened, but due to both the attack pheromone and their especially defensive nature, it means that you need to take their potential threat seriously, especially if you’re allergic and susceptible to anaphylaxis.

Why do I have hornets?

Hornets are most active in the evening. If you notice a single hornet buzzing around any part of your home, it’s likely that you have a characteristic paper mache looking nest nearby. The main thing that draws their kind to your home or business is access to readily available sweets like berries, fallen fruits, or the residue that can build up inside of improperly cleaned recycling or garbage bins.

How can I prevent hornets?

Remove the things they might be attracted to, such as poorly sealed garbage cans or overburdened fruit trees. You can also make sure to keep any potential entry points closed off by paying special attention to your home’s exterior and foundation. Hornets are attracted to white lights at night. Consider changing your outdoor bulbs to yellow.

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