:) Help, as a result of the hurricane a tree fell on the property behind my
:) house and apparently there was a big wasp nest in the tree. The tree fell
:) so the nest is still on the other property but nest is about 5 feet from my
:) property line. And boy are these wasps mad, thery're swarming all over that
:) back part of my yard. What should I do, give them a few days to calm down
:) and then spray or is there any chance they'll relocate elsewhere ??? I'd
:) call a professional but problem is nest is not on my property but its
:) causing a major problem in my back yard....Any help will be much
This late in the year I'd be surprised if they will relocate. They
probably won't bother you, but if you happen to cross their new flight
path an encounter and sting is possible. You may want to contact the
property owner, if he hires someone to come remove the fallen tree,
they may be walking into harms was, a warning would be nice. If you
plan on removing them, usually a night attack is best, but if they
happen to be Bald Faced Hornets, which do use trees limbs to locate
their nests, they are a good night time flyer, so precaution is still
needed. Don't have someone hold a flashlight, set it down and have it
pointing where you want it.
Lar. (to e-mail, get rid of the BUGS!!
It is said that the early bird gets the worm,
but it is the second mouse that gets the cheese.