Honey bees tend to form their nest from abandoned holes or tunnels underground, i.e, mouse holes or rodent burrows. As well as under piles of tussock grass or leaves, stones, logs piles or undisturbed compost heaps, small bird boxes or feeding pegs, and under garden out buildings. Furthermore, occasionally above ground in wall, sheds, crawl or attic spaces and chimneys.
Nests are established from wax that secrete from glands in their abdomens.
When a nest is recognised as dormant, please contact GoKill Manchester Pest Control professionals to remove it.
When nests are active, please stay at a safe distance and contact GoKill Manchester Pest Control to arrange a visit to fumigate the infestation and remove the nest.