Workers with the Washington State Department of Agriculture and state Department of Natural Resources have eradicated another Asian giant hornet nest just east of Blaine.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture is looking into reports of an Asian giant hornet spotted near Sumas—much further east than previous sightings.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture has located the second Asian giant hornet nest of 2021 in Whatcom County.
Officials in Washington state said Thursday they had destroyed the first "murder" hornet nest of the season, which was located near the town of Blaine along the Canadian border.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture plans to eradicate a live Asian giant hornet nest this week.
Washington state agriculture workers have discovered their first Asian giant hornet nest.
The second sighting of a so-called murder hornet this year was reported by a person in Whatcom County this week, the Washington state Department of Agriculture said Thursday.
Experts with the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have announced the first sighting of an Asian giant hornet in 2021.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture is moving forward with new rules that would give them more tools to combat the spread of invasive Asian giant hornets.
When scientists in Washington state destroyed the first nest of so-called murder hornets found in the U.S., they discovered about 500 live specimens in various stages of development, officials said Tuesday.
Despite crews removing the nest, a few giant Asian hornets remain on one man’s property in Whatcom County.
Two live Asian giant hornet queens were found inside the nest that was eradicated on Saturday.
We're learning more about the state's successful effort to eradicate an Asian giant hornet nest in Whatcom County.
Heavily protected crews in Washington state worked Saturday to destroy the first nest of so-called murder hornets discovered in the United States.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture has found the first Asian giant hornet nest in the United States.
Washington state officials said Monday they were again unsuccessful at live-tracking a “murder” hornet while trying to find and destroy a nest of the giant insects.
Researchers have predicted that the Asian giant hornet, an invasive newcomer to the Pacific Northwest popularly dubbed the "murder hornet," will spread down much of the U.S. West Coast if it gains a foothold in Washington.
One dead Asian giant hornet has been captured in a trap near Birch Bay, and another was spotted by local diners at a nearby restaurant, according to the Washington State Department of Agriculture.
The first male Asian giant hornet in Washington state and the first in the U.S. has been captured, according to the Washington State Department of Agriculture.
The Asian giant hornet is the world’s largest hornet and a predator of honey bees and other insects. A small group of Asian giant hornets can kill an entire honey bee hive in a matter of hours.