(F/8, 70mm, 1/80 sec, ISO 400, Canon 5D Mk II)
Yellowjackets have been discovered making a nest between our siding and the house and occasionally a stray yellowjacket in the basement. Well after much research I order the following "kit" to resolve this issue. Tonight I will be performing step one, which is to take the CB-80 spray and spray it in the nest. Night time is best because they are all in the nest after a long day of flying around. Also, yellowjackets can't see very well so it will be harder to sting me, or at least that what the interweb says. Step one will last a couple days, and then ka-pow I spray this magic dust into the nest and that penetrates the entire nest and hangs around for any babies that are thinking about hatching. If I were a yellowjacket, I would think about getting out of the nest forever. You have 30 minutes....GO!