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Saw a wasp but I can't tell you what the wasp saw

When you share your lunch with them, wasps absolutely demand your attention — they’re quite high-maintenance that way.

That’s been my experience in the past and again Wednesday evening when a tiny little wasp dropped in on me as I played with both my laptop and my food in the South Granville area McDonald’s. 1,007 more words

Vancouver B.C.

East Bay Yellow Jacket Attacks May Be Drought-Related

BERKELEY (KCBS)— The record drought could be making this year’s yellow jacket nesting season even worse than normal with recent reports of a string of attacks in an East Bay park. 170 more words


Seek Peace

The wasp was quietly exploring the blossoms of the Queen Anne’s Lace plant.

How delicate they are, like fine needlework!

The wasp could have been coming after me, deciding to sting. 49 more words

Photos With Christian Thoughts By Myra Johnson

Casey & the Bees – Part One A #humorous life & death experience.

This is sort of an impromptu post since I was sick all last week and I’m still struggling with its lingering effects. Normally, this is the week for me to post something for my Introvert Files, but not this month. 725 more words

Casey Sheridan

Wasps are among pests tackled at Hinckley hospital

Hospital staff have been forced to call out pest control teams to deal with rodents, ants and other pests 464 times in the last year. 103 more words

Wasps Destroyed

Is an invasion of wasps on its way

Is an invasion of wasps on its way.

Wasp-haters could find themselves running for cover this summer – as experts predict a bumper year for the stinging insect. 90 more words

Wasps Destroyed

Bumper year predicted for wasps

And with forecasters predicting warmer than average weather for the rest of May and June, industry insiders are expecting a huge rise in both the number and size of nests. 333 more words

Wasps Destroyed