Is it killing if they needed to go away?


Inside the Yellow Jacket hive
Originally uploaded by rexandsharkey.

Well it turns out that we were completely wrong and they were not honey bees but yellow jackets. Thanks to Paul over at “Homeowners Blog” who seems to have had the same problem and a friend of my husband’s who explained that these were not garden loving bees, but icky yellow jackets.
For those of you who have no idea what the difference is (and you can see from the photo that they look very similar), here’s a cool article I found about Yellow Jackets.
ICK. That’s all I have to say. Although I’ve kept the hive. I’m weird that way.

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