Any stinging insect can pose a threat to your property and family. Bees are less aggressive, but if you encounter a wasp, you might not be so lucky. A single yellowjacket isn't too concerning on its own, but when you come near a nest and the insects feel threatened, they will give chase as a group. Yellowjackets are an extremely social type of wasp, which—unfortunately for you—means they have no issue sticking around even after they've already stung you. They are differentiated by other stinging insects and wasps by their thin waist. Call Critter Control of Toledo for yellowjacket removal today!