Bees & Wasps: The Stinging Insects


Most people have experienced the unpleasant feeling of seeing a bee or wasp flying around their heads. It’s natural to panic—these pests are known for stinging, but that’s not all bees and wasps are known for. Without these flying insects, our ecosystem would collapse. Our team of experts is here to help you learn more about different varieties of bees and wasps in the south-eastern service region.

What You Need to Know About Bees and Wasps

Bees and wasps serve a crucial role in our ecosystem, but they get a bad rap–here’s what you need to know about these insects.


There are a variety of different kinds of bees and their relatives, wasps in our service region. Learn more about how certain species vary in looks and behavior.

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Depending on the species, bees and wasps may be attracted to a variety of things on your property. Learn more about what attracts bees and wasps.

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Because bees and wasps sting, it is essential that a pest control company handles treatment. Learn more about the best way to treat for bees and wasps.

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Like other flying insects, bees and wasps are virtually impossible to prevent. Learn more about what measures you can take to avoid severe infestations.

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About Dodson Pest Control’s Sting Insect Treatments

Part of developing an effective treatment plan for bees and wasps is knowing how to safely remove bee and wasp nests. These pests are an essential part of our ecosystem. Our technicians know how to handle infestations in a way that’s good for property owners and good for the environment. Our goal is to protect your home without unnecessarily harming these pollinating insects.

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