Signs you might have Carpenter Ants.
Carpenter ants can enter your home and you might not even know. Here are some things to look for. Carpenter ants prefer to reside in moist, decaying, or hollowed wood, common near forest environments. They burrow through wood leaving traces of frass (like sawdust) behind and target trees, interior beams, joists, porches, garages, sheds, barns, etc. Ants can even follow along the branches of trees or wires and get to the upper levels of your home rather than coming in from g
The most dangerous wasp in the north east.
The adult Bald-face hornet is a ferocious protector of its nest and will aggressively defend their nest area. They have a stinger that is smooth and rounded allowing it the ability to sting several times. By early fall a colony may have hundreds of workers who are actively defending their nest. If you find a nest like this close to your home, you may need some help to remove it. We have several species of yellow jackets in New England and the Bald-faced Hornet is one of the