Stinging Insects Pest Control
Some stinging insects feed on many of the same foods we do like sugary liquids and proteins, which is why yellow jackets and other stinging insects are problematic around garbage cans, recycling bins, and wherever there is food outdoors.
Most people cringe at the sight of wasps, yellow jackets, and other stinging insects near their homes, and for a good reason. When stinging insects nest in a yard or other high-traffic areas near people, the risk of a sting occurs.
When stinging insects live outside, away from us and our homes, they pose little threat. But when they decide to share our yards and houses, they are dangerous. Stinging insects are small, and their only means of defense is using their venom-filled stinger.
In those allergic to the venom, the consequences of being stung can be life-threatening. Even those who are not severely allergic would rather not be stung by these pests, causing people to avoid their yards when stinging insects are present.