Reproductive termites

5785   From Al, BC coast, Canada.  Any idea what these are? quite a few around today in our house (September 3rd) never seen them before.  Many thanks

This is a pair (male pursuing female) of reproductive termites. They often form pairs like this after emerging from their colony and shedding their wings. After mating, the female will attempt to found a new colony. As most people are not keen on hosting these critters, locating a certified termite control service might be a good idea – see http://tinyurl.com/z6nhap8 elsewhere on this site for a starting point. Ed Saugstad, retired entomologist; Sinks Grove, WV.
Western subterranean termites have acute survival instincts. If they are shaken up or disturbed, the termites often will abandon the associated area and move on to secretly cause damage in other areas in the building.  Get help from an experienced pest control professional.