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The Washington State Department of Agriculture trapped its first Asian giant hornet in July near Birch Bay, the agency announced in a statement.

The hornet was found dead July 14 in a trap near Birch Bay, not far from where the initial sightings were in Blaine.

The hornet was found dead in a trap near Birch Bay, Washington State, not far from where the initial sightings were.

So far, the only live specimens of this hornet have been found overseas, but in July one was found dead in a trap near Birch Bay, Washington.

The Asian giant hornet was trapped near Birch Bay in Whatcom County. The WSDA is now looking to catch and tag live hornets to help track them back to their colony. Once located, it will be eradicated.

The hornet, also nicknamed a "murder hornet" due to their ruthless way of killing honeybees by decapitation, was trapped on or before July 14 near Birch Bay

State traps first Asian Giant Hornet near Birch Bay in Whatcom County

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The hornet, also nicknamed a "murder hornet" due to their ruthless way of killing honeybees by decapitation, was trapped on or before July 14 near Birch Bay near the Canadian border.

The Washington State Department of Agriculture said it has trapped its first Asian giant hornet, in a trap set near Birch Bay in Whatcom County. Watch a live update about it here:

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At the recommendation of the CDC, Birch Bay Retirement Village said all staff members were tested for COVID-19 between May 12 and May 14.

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