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Yellowjackets still active

Yellowjacket_7 Even though it's fall, yellowjackets are still active in many parts of the country. Until there's a hard frost, the yellowjacket nests will grow and workers will continue to forage for food -- and display aggressiveness in the process.

Here's a well-written and accurate article about the yellowjacket life cycle from the Dover (New Hampshire) Community News.

September 23, 2005 in Yellowjackets | Permalink


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