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Honey bees are true social insects (Eusocial), unlike hornets, wasps, and yellow jackets. Honey bees spend the spring and summer gathering and storing food to carry them through winter.
The mason bee is a solitary bee that is commonly seen in early spring. They are often mistaken for honeybees however there is a very easy way to tell the difference. You will see only a few coming and going from around stone/mason areas, and the biggest sign is they carry pollen on their bellies.
Carpenter bees are large, hairy, black and yellow bees that are often mistaken or confused with bumble bees. Carpenter bees are not aggressive towards people and are very rare to sting (generally only when people grab or step on them do they sting).
Paper wasp are very common throughout the U.S. and the world. There are 22 different species that live in the U.S. alone. They commonly build their nest under eaves and overhangs of homes and out buildings. Wasps come in a wide array of colors, the most common being red, yellow and black. They are often identified by their slim features and hairless bodies.