'Drunk And Irritable' Wasps Are Rampaging Through Britain, Experts SayThe European nation is in the middle of the summer frenzy for wasps, as experts explain that the insects have started feeding on "fermented fruit and leftover pub ciders."
Researchers Discover Monstrous Stinger On Wasp In The AmazonResearchers from the University of Turku in Finland were surprised by the super-sized stinger found on Clistopyga crassicaudata.
96-Year-Old Fights For Women Airforce Service Pilots To Be Buried At ArlingtonA Minnesota woman who served as an Air Force service pilot in World War II has a new fight. The 96-year-old wants women Air Force Service Pilots to be able to be buried at Arlington Cemetary.
Good Question: Why Do Bees Sting?Why do bees sting? Good Question.
Warm Weather Draws Wasps Out Of Their NestsWhen out picnicking on a nice day, wasps aren't typically welcome. "I just run," Kelley Hart, from Waconia, said. But it seems like all of a sudden they're everywhere. "When you're outside picnicking, eating, grilling that type of stuff, that is when they come out quite a bit more," Hart said.
Researchers: Emerald Ash Borer Killing Wasp Is ‘Extremely Cold Tolerant’ At the University of Minnesota they're studying small wasps to see if they'll survive a Minnesota winter.
Wasp Boom Puts Homeowners On EdgeWasps can put fear in both kids and adults, with a sting that most try hard to avoid. But avoiding wasps is a tough task this summer due to a boom in their numbers.
Good Question: ‘Reply All’: Bees, Birth Marks & MayonnaiseCarrie Rocha from Minneapolis sent me a question from her kids using Twitter: What's the difference between bees and wasps?
Small Insect Helps Giant Ash Trees It's the size of gnat but it will help some giant ash trees. On Wednesday, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture released a tiny, stingless wasp that could help save millions of trees in the Twin Cities.
State Releases Wasps To Control Emerald Ash BorerThe Minnesota Department of Agriculture will soon release swarms of tiny wasps in five Twin Cities locations as part of an effort to slow the spread of the destructive emerald ash borer.