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Winter 'Jackets

Yellowjacket_16 Because it's a warmer climate, this story isn't so unusual:

Nest of southern yellowjackets found in South Florida

Neither is this:

Yellowjacket nests in south survive in winter

But this is:

Michigan man stung by yellowjacket in January

El Nino has brought on warmer temperatures in the area, but they're still only at a high of 50 degrees -- usually not warm enough to bring yellowjackets out of hibernation.

January 9, 2007 in Yellowjackets | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack