Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Wasp Architects Be Gone!

One Brave Dad at Dusk took on a hive discovered the day before school started in the boulevard bushes.  Yes, the bushes!  Nestled in between perennial branches was a treefort of a wasp hive!
Spotted by Garden Committee members in the day we decided to remove it before school started.
It's dormant now, nobody home if you wanted to peek - its at the South-East corner of the school property along 27th near Ontario parallel to the teachers parking lot.  Wasps dig clay from the ground to make this paper mache wonder.  It's about the size of a soccer ball, suspended in the foliage.