When carpenter bees build their nests they look for raw, unpainted wood which they whittle away to create a series of tunnels for their colony to live. these tunnels can cause structural damage to a building if they go undetected or if repairs aren’t made. They don’t actually eat the wood, and cause much less damage than termites do, but should still be monitored. Like many stinging insects, carpenter bees can sting though they only do so to protect themselves when they feel threatened.
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