Bald Faced hornets and yellow jacket nests are huge by this time of the year and extra caution should be used near their nests. Noise from lawn mowers, blowers, weed-wackers or simply children playing can be enough to cause these angry stinging insects to fly out to defend the area. Nests can be found in shrubs & trees, under eaves and farmers porches, inside attics, in the ground or in the case of this photo right on the side of this building. Sometimes the best way to look for activity is just to sit quietly and look for the tell-tale sign of the insects flying back and forth in and out of the nest. Because nests are so large by this time of the year we do not recommend that homeowners try to treat them this late in the season. Leave the pest control to the experts who have the proper tools and personal protection equipment to get the job done quickly and safely. If you are beeing bugged, call us today 1-800-649-9992.