Spring is Carpenter Bee Season!
Ah, the joys of spring! New plants emerging from the once-frozen ground, fresh green grass growing, the sun radiating its glowing warmth for a much-needed dose of Vitamin D, and carpenter bees swarming around your house!? Wait, what? Now is the time when you will begin to see swarming activity from those pesky carpenter bees.…Read More
Treating & Preventing Carpenter Bee Holes
Carpenter bees are big black solitary bees that look similar to bumble bees but have bare, shiny backs whereas a bumble bee’s back is hairy. Unlike honey bees that reproduce in hives, carpenter bees drill into wood in order to lay their eggs. Their holes are perfectly round and about 1/4 inch in diameter. Although…Read More