Yellow Jackets

yellow jacket

Yellow jackets can be identified by the yellow and black banding on their bodies. Their nests are made of chewed wood, but are enclosed by an envelope, leaving an opening for the entrance hole. Yellow jackets are primarily ground nesters in gardens and pastures, but aerial nests are found in trees, under eaves, and inside walls.

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