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Re: Cicada Killer Wasps


Betsy,

I like the comment at the end of the article, where the Will Hudson says: "Hummingbirds look like they could peck the stew out of you with that long, sharp beak, right?" he said. "Cicada killers are no more threatening than hummingbirds, unless you are a cicada."

It kind of puts it into perspective!

d




Mom and Dad have had them in their yard in Northern Indiana for the last
five years or so. It was kind of tough to explain to them thet these were
good guys. Very bug phobic people. ;)

betsy

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