Tips for dealing with yellow jackets
Published 09/11/2011, Wadena Pioneer Journal
Eating and drinking food outdoors in late summer often results in an invasion of flying insects. People often think these are bees, but usually these uninvited guests are yellow jackets. Yellow jackets will make a gray paper-like nest in the air, in the brick or siding on your house or in underground rodent burrows. Often confused with bees, yellow jackets are much more aggressive, and most reported “bee stings” are usually yellow jacket stings.Word count: 776
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