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Biggest Yellow Jacket Nests Ever!

Have you ever had your barbecue ruined by a pesty yellow jacket nest on your back porch, or had to warn the kids against playing in a certain part of the yard because of a hive in some bushes or trees? Perhaps you have had the experience of having German yellow jackets get into your attic and gnaw away your drywall.

Yellow jackets are a huge problem in the late summer and our phones have been ringing off the hook these past few weeks with complaints about yellow jacket nests; it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to say that August is “Yellow Jacket Month.” Therefore, in honor of our unofficial Yellow Jacket Month, lets take a look at the top seven biggest yellow jacket nests ever!!!

I unfortunately do not know all the stories behind these, but one can only imagine!

Number 7: Freak Nest of Ground Wasps at the Base of a Tree

Number 6: Yellow Jacket Nest takes over Front Seat of Car

Number 5: Massive, Folded Yellow Jacket Hive on the Eaves of a Roof in Alabama

Number 4: Man in Woods With Colossal Hive

Number 3: Yellow Jacket Hives Devours Truck Left in the Woods

Number 2: Yellow Jackets Conquer Old Car

Number 1: Yellowjacket Nest Completely Engulfs the Interior of a Volkswagen Beetle

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