About Wasps and Bees
Bees and wasps are most active in the summer due to the cycle of productivity which they go through. Although similar, bees and wasps are different. Bees are essential for plant pollination and therefore should not be harmed.
Queens in April
April is the month when the queen beings to lay her eggs and is the most fertile.
They Nest in May
In May, the eggs start to hatch, expanding the nest further.
Worker Wasps in June and July
During June and July, the wasp nest reaches peak activity levels and the nest continues to grow in size. By July, many hundreds of wasps have been raised to adulthood in the nest and hundreds more are resting in their eggs or are recently hatched.
September and October
September to October, the wasp activity is beginning to wind down, with workers dying and the queen slowing down her egg laying.