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close up image of a yellow striped wasp on its nest tucked away in a pittsburgh home

Like many other insects, stinging insects start coming back around as soon as the weather rises above the cooler temperatures of winter and early spring. Certain types of stinging insects - particularly honey bees, which are social insects - stay in their hives all winter, clustered together as they…

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paper wasps

There is nothing quite like spring in Pittsburgh. The warmer temperatures, blooming flowers, and budding trees can lift anyone’s spirits. The long, dreary winter months and the depression that they can cause can be brushed away by the first warm breeze. It truly is a magical time of year.

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