Friday, July 13, 2007

Wasps Are Coming To Our Bedroom To Die

I don't want to talk about the current state of politics tonight, so here's a little personal problem instead....

Every morning we seem to find about seven dead wasps in our bedroom chez Black. And there's one or two weak and dying ones there as well. It's been going on for about ten days. Is there a wasp nest nearby that has been treated by an exterminator, and some of these wasps are just coming to us for a quiet and peaceful death?

Or is the wet weather killing off wasps on a national scale?

Any wasp experts out there?

1 comment:

paul said...

Can't comment with any great authority about your particular wasps, but I have read quite a number of pieces recently talking about the way that climate change is affecting the populations of bees and thus the pollination capacities of our ecologies, and thus very real anxieties about the future productivity of our food crops, and thus the whole question of decreased food security, and thus increased social tensions, and thus restrictive government and agri-business practices and thus, of the list goes on!
And guess what? It's raining outside, again!...

Go well...

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