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Created 17-Aug-11
Modified 17-Aug-11
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You get your garden going, add the sunflower seeds, start watering on a regular schedule and wait for the yellowjackets to make their nest in the eaves. The circle of life. The Western Yellowjacket (there are 12 species in the U.S.) is the meat-eating, picnic loving, forager that builds a honeycomb-like nest.

I bought the killer spray - two cans for $4.50 at WalMart and zapped those suckers. Is their a chance of a PETA lawsuit?

I'm still doing the Yellow theme for August and Angel obliged my modeling request.

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Keywords:Western Yellowjacket, backyard, eggs, honeycomb, nest, social, sting, sunflower, wasp, yellow, yellowjacket