European Wasp Control
European wasps have black and yellow stripes, with black spots down their abdomen and yellow legs. They are about 20mm long and a little bit bigger than a bee. The European wasp (also known as Vespula germanica) is local to parts of Europe, Asia and North Africa. European wasps can be categorised as a pest because they are far more aggressive than local wasps. This insect opts to live around humans due to the prepared supply of sustenance, especially of the sweet assortments.
As stated before, European wasps are much more aggressive– they are attracted to food and drink, particularly sweet food and meat (this is why they show up at barbecues) . European wasp nests have thousands of wasps. Each of them can sting a victim many times and a very painful sting from an European wasp can lead to a red swelling and serious allergies in sensitive people. If you can see numerous wasps flying around your property, there is most likely a nest somewhere–within 50 to 200 metres distance. You are strongly advised not to deal with the wasp infestation by attempting to remove the wast nest on your own as that can agitate the wasps.