Hi, apologies if this topic has been discussed before, but I couldn't find any relevant information on it elsewhere.
But am I oblivious, or are there distinct signs of nuptial flight in Washington State/The greater northwest area of the US in general?
Will I find wings and dead males on the ground frequently?
Will the ants' nest openings be wider?
Do weather conditions needs to be pretty much perfect?
Will I see ants flying?
Will there be winged ants at the top of the nest at around the estimated nuptial flight per species?
I'm just a bit lost and confused because I've been looking on and off around my home for weeks during semi optimal conditions, when I have a break from work, to no avail.
Any info would be much appreciated.