Top 11 Most Dangerous Flying Animals in Oklahoma

Yellow-Jacket Wasp:Yellow-jacket wasps are just as dangerous as killer bees and potentially more fatal. Unfortunately, their stingers are different from bees.

Red-Tailed Hawk:Red-tailed hawks generally mind their own business, like many other birds. However, there have been situations where they have attacked humans.

Mosquitos:The United States Environmental Protection Agency reported that mosquitos not only can affect humans, but they can also infect pets.

Mississippi Kites:In most situations, Mississippi Kites will not attack humans. In fact, they are generally harmless if you stay far away from them.

Geese:There are four different colors of geese that you may find. Significantly, a goose can be white, brown, gray, or black. Geese can live anywhere between 12-26 years.

Ferruginous Hawks:Ferruginous hawks can appear brown, red, black, or white. Also, they fly as fast as 150 miles per hour and span in length between 22-27 inches.

European Paper Wasp:European Paper Wasps are the first true wasps to make this list. Ironically, these critters look like a hybrid of a yellow-jacket and a paper wasp.

Blister Beetles:Blister beetles generally do not pose a threat to anyone’s life. However, they can still distribute a potent chemical called cantharidin. 

Bald-Faced Hornet:Bald-faced hornets are a species ranging from the yellow jacket. Like many other bees and wasps, the bald-faced hornet will attack anything that invades its space. 

Asilidae:Asilidae, or the “Assassin Fly” or “Robber Fly,” are flies that imitate the behavior of bees and wasps. 

Africanized Honey Bees:Africanized honey bees, also known as “killer bees,” are incredibly dangerous creatures. 

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