HoneyHoney will remove both species of bees but please keep in mind that the Yellow Jacket Wasps is widely mistaken with the Honeybee. There are some very distinctive features between the two bee species for identification purposes. By identifying which species it is we are able to determine the best and quickest way to remove them. If at all possible we will remove and relocate the wasps about 30 km away from their nest and we will release them into the wild.

Below is a series of Yellow Jacket  Wasp pictures, note the deep yellow rings on the abdomen.


Yellow jacket wasps


The spaces between the bricks is and provides and opening where the bees can crawl under the siding or soffit.



These yellow jackets entered under the soffiting by the front entrance of the house. HoneyHoney will remove them in most cases.


Yellow Jacket Wasp

Better pictures of what yellow jacket wasps look like.

wasps nests look like a paper ball but be cautious there could be thousands of bees in such a nest and can pour out if the bees are being disturbed

Yellow jacket nest are very often built under soffiting and between ceiling and floor joists


Sometimes we have to spray the bees because the hive poses to high of a risk to human life and bee removal personnel. The dead bees are removed and discarded.