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Identification Guide: Stinging Insect Nests
Believe it or not, stinging insects don't go away when summer ends. In fact, some hornets and wasps get even more aggressive in the fall as they urgently forage for food to sustain their colonies over winter. Check out this complete guide to identifying common stinging insect nests that you might encounter.
Bitter Cold Temperatures Will Send Pests Scurrying to Your Home this Fall and Winter
According to NPMA's bi-annual Bug Barometer® forecast, the warm and wet summer experienced across most of the nation coupled with predictions of bitter cold and snow this winter will force pests indoors in droves.
High Temps, Excessive Rain and Impact from COVID-19 Create Perfect Storm for Pests
The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) released its bi-annual Vector Sectors™ list of the top 10 U.S. cities with the greatest risk for increased pest pressure from vector pests, including ticks and mosquitoes, for the remainder of summer and into fall.
Native Stinging Insects Pose Greater Threat to Americans than Invasive “Murder Hornets”
Although the Asian giant hornet may not pose a significant threat to most Americans, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) is reminding the public about the serious health threats that native stinging insects pose to the entire country.