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Shipping yellow jackets to England where they will be used for scientific purposes and helping people with sting allergies. ...

Shipping yellow jackets to England where they will be used for scientific purposes and helping people with sting allergies.

Someone's watching out for me. If that last lug nut had sheared off, my tire would have fallen off. And if I was going 65 miles an hour that would have been a bad scene. I thank the good Lord for his protection over me. I barely made it to the tire store. ...

Someones watching out for me. If that last lug nut had sheared off, my tire would have fallen off. And if I was going 65 miles an hour that would have been a bad scene. I thank the good Lord for his protection over me. I barely made it to the tire store.

The Yellowjacket Expert, LLC added 4 new photos — in Avon, Connecticut.

Norman Patterson Jr. The conqueror! The hornets will be shipped off to Washington State to a lab for sting allergy patients.
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Norman Patterson Jr. The conqueror! The hornets will be shipped off to Washington State to a lab for sting allergy patients.

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Jeff McDowellYou're amazing , Norm!

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Bruce Andesdam, my hero1

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The nests are getting BIG and DANGEROUS! ...

The nests are getting BIG and DANGEROUS!

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Tice Jacques2 footer?

3 months ago   ·  1
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Ann WaltonOh, my goodness!

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Thomas Hughenbig one

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Bruce AndesOnly for the non bee people!

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Mary FrancesWow that is a big one.

3 months ago   ·  1
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Ellen Sloan SmithNorm, it this a white faced hornets nest?

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Doing an all natural removal for Dick Ebersol Susan Saint James today. Life is good! ...

Doing an all natural removal for Dick Ebersol Susan Saint James today. Life is good!

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Tice JacquesThat's a good sized nest!

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Hand collecting white-faced hornets off of brood for sting allergy patients. Please share.
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Jeff SimonTamara Smith Andersen what do you think about this for John's next job?

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Bev AndersenHoly mother

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I truly have one of the most interesting and enjoyable jobs on the face of the planet. I'm a very blessed man. ...

I truly have one of the most interesting and enjoyable jobs on the face of the planet. Im a very blessed man.

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Will BurroughsAnd you are a wonder to speak to regarding these interesting critters. Even though I was out of your "home range" for working our situation, when I called a few years back, I had the most enlightening and useful chat! You gave me the knowledge and tools I needed to mitigate our New Hampshire home wall infestation of vespula germanica ...if I recall the name correctly. Even though their stingers were not present, the thought of a large interior breech was not comforting ---in my best Yoda voice---Good people, you are. Delighted to speak with you, I was.

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I had a special treat yesterday. I got to see the work of a cicada killer. The big insect you see is the cicada killer and in its grasp is, of course, a cicada. Those are the insects you hear buzzing in summer. Cicada killers gather cicadas and then drag them down into their hole for their young to eat once they hatch. They nest in people's yards because of the sandy soil. If you have cicada killers you need to put nutrients into your soil and get a tough mat of grass so the cicada killer cannot Nest inside of it. But if you do have them, they are beautiful to behold. They are harmless and will not sting you or attack you. I wouldn't test that theory by grabbing one in your hands but I've never known anyone to be attacked and stung by one.
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I had a special treat yesterday. I got to see the work of a cicada killer. The big insect you see is the cicada killer and in its grasp is, of course, a cicada. Those are the insects you hear buzzing in summer. Cicada killers gather cicadas and then drag them down into their hole for their young to eat once they hatch. They nest in peoples yards because of the sandy soil. If you have cicada killers you need to put nutrients into your soil and get a tough mat of grass so the cicada killer cannot Nest inside of it. But if you do have them, they are beautiful to behold. They are harmless and will not sting you or attack you. I wouldnt test that theory by grabbing one in your hands but Ive never known anyone to be attacked and stung by one.

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Nancy HughanVery interesting!

4 months ago   ·  1
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Mark M. DuPreIt's fascinating I never knew that these insects existed

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Kathleen SouzaLorie Mocek

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Kathleen SouzaNancy Miclette Grohocki

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Peter A Schmittthanks Norman.....exactly what I have. Should have looked at your pictures first. Your pictures were taken up close....mine from mile away with zoom lens.

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Marie Lisi BlakeThey are living around my pool. Pretty frightening looking. I was glad to read this post.

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This is the inside of a white faced hornet nest. The white that you see in the pic is silk capping. The Nest itself is made out of paper pulp mixed with silk. Most people see the outside of a hornet nest but few get to see inside. It is truly magnificent to behold.
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This is the inside of a white faced hornet nest. The white that you see in the pic is silk capping. The Nest itself is made out of paper pulp mixed with silk. Most people see the outside of a hornet nest but few get to see inside. It is truly magnificent to behold.

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Bruce AndesIt's a marvel of nature!!

4 months ago   ·  1
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Bruce AndesThey are great for gardens as are Yellow jackets, eat lots of insects.

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