Eastern Cicada Killers & Cicada Hawk Control in Austin
A-Tex Pest Management is completely licensed and insured to supply commercial businesses and residential homes in the Greater Austin, Texas area with our professional expertise and pest control services. Our technicians have advanced and ongoing training, experience in the field, and remarkable skills that more than qualify them to perform any task associated with our services. By using premium quality products and equipment exclusively available to licensed professionals, our experts can deliver maximum results. With A-Tex Pest Management we diligently apply high moral standards, exceptional work ethics, friendly customer service, and superior execution on all services rendered on a consistent basis to give our valued customers a phenomenal experience.
Eastern Cicada Killer or Cicada Hawk & Nest Removal in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park, Texas
If you spy cicada killer wasps on your property contact A-Tex Pest Management by dialing (512) 714-3383 and let our experts resolve the situation for you. We will remove the cicada killer wasps and their nests.
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A-Tex Pest Management of Austin, Texas includes Eastern cicada killer pest control for commercial and residential customers locally and in surrounding areas. Cicada killer wasps, also known as cicada hawks are a large digger wasp species that live in the ground. They are approximately 2” long and are black with yellow markings on the three segments of their abdomen. These wasps are considered solitary and build their nests underground. Some burrow in lawns, edges of concrete, planters, window boxes, flower beds or under shrubs and in sandy areas. Nests often are made in the full sun where vegetation is sparse. As their name suggests, they mostly consume cicadas and other insects. These pests are not very aggressive and rarely sting, but resembling yellow jackets at twice the size, people are often intimidated by their gruesome appearance. Females can sting, but will opt for flight if in danger.
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