Members willing to remove swarms

Seneca IL

Robin Smith

R & P Carriages

815-357-3292

robin@needatrailer.com

Marseilles, IL

Tom Malone

815-210-4604

Marseilles, Il 





Tiskilwa, Il

John Sims

815-646-4810 or 815-303-4812

Tiskilwa - johnstree.lawncare@frontier.com

Morris, Il

Steve Butler

815-474-3134

Morris - butler.stephen@sbcglobal.net


Rick Shouse

815-685-3038

Morris - shouse.rick@yahoo.com

LaSalle/Peru

Warren Norris

815-228-3330

LaSalle - stateboyw@hotmail.com

Earlville / Mendota

David Bickett

815-246-9395

Earlville - dcbickett@yahoo.com


Robert Godawa

815-539-6452

Mendota - rgodawa@aol.com

Dayton/Norway

Chris Robinson

630-391-2578

 Robins.m.Christopher@gmail.com 


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Difference between Bees & Hornets

This is a Honey Bee Swarm

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Honey bees make a tight cluster to keep the Queen Warm and fed.  It can be large or small.


This shows a picture of a swarm of bees.  They can be on a fence, in a tree, on the front of your house.  They land there until they locate a new home.

This is a yellow jacket nest

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Yellow Jackets do not swarm like honey bees - they make a paper nest


This shows you a picture of a yellow jacket nest - they do not swarm.

Chart that shows differences


Female Honey bees and Bumble Bees and Wasps will not sting unless they feel they are in Danger. 


Hornets Sting at will - 


Male Wasps and Honey bees do not have a stinger and cannot sting.  Male Carpenter bees also lack a stinger.


The tab shows you the difference between them