Worry More About Native Stinging Insects Instead of Murder Hornets, Company Says

Reports of "murder hornets" in the US have been skyrocketing recently due to wide spread panic of the invasive species. The Asian giant hornet, commonly referred to as the "murder hornet" can completely destroy entire honey bee colonies is a matter of hours and are capable of being fatal to humans. The U.S. sightings have been contained to Washington state but there is a risk that they could expand beyond the borders of the state. Local prevention efforts have already gone underway to prevent the spread of the pests and the first nest in the US was just eliminated on Saturday. Although these pests are very dangerous, it is important to know that native stinging pests pose a greater threat at the current moment.

A large percentage of stinging pest species are important for the health of the environment through pollination. The problem is most of these pests can cause major damage to the properties in which they choose to build their nests on. They are often found inside wall voides of homes and can cause expensive damage and pose major health risks. They are not fatal to some people but can be to people who are allergic. Their stings are very painful regardless.

Buzz's Bee Removal of Rincon has taken all of the proper precautions to ensure that they are prepared for any murder hornets. There are no current cases of the pest in Georgia but the company is sure to be prepared in the case that there might be an infestation in the future. If a homeowner of local business owner thinks they have a stinging pest infestation on their property, no matter which species, they should contact Buzz's Bee Removal right away. Their licenses pest control professionals will be able to handle the situation quickly and reliably.

A stinging pest infestation comes with the threat of being stung. If anyone is stung they should follow these steps to properly treat the sting. First, if stung be a bee, remove the stinger as soon as possible. This decreases the amount of venom injected into the victim. This is mostly for bees because wasps and hornets have smooth stingers that won't detach from their bodies when they sting someone. Second, clean the sting with soap and cold water. Use an ice pack or some kind of cold compress in order to reduce swelling. If the person stung is having allergic reactions like their tongue is swelling or they have shortness of breathe, call for emergency medical assistance right away. If there is a nest around one's property, contact Buzz's Bee Removal of Rincon immediately for a pest control professional.

The company has been protecting the Rincon area for years and has helped thousands of people. They are known for being fast and affordbale while ensuring long-lasting protection from another infestation in the future. If anyone thinks they have a stinging pest problem on their property, they should contact one of their exterminators immediately. They can be contacted by phone or on their website at https://www.buzzsbeeremoval.com/service-areas/rincon-georgia/.


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