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 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.
For the first time since the pandemic started, Americans were finally allowed to cross the international border into Canada as long as they have been vaccinated.
Thursday marks 14 months to the day that the Canada-Washington border closed due to pandemic.
Just as Washington state has entered Phase 3 of re-opening, our neighbors to the north are seeing a surge in coronavirus cases, prompting heavier lockdowns.
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.
Heavily protected crews in Washington state worked Saturday to destroy the first nest of so-called murder hornets discovered in the United States.
Officials confirmed three new sightings of Asian giant hornets in Whatcom County, increasing to 12 the number that have been reported there.