wasp nest VS Mossberg

I have no love for meat bees. They invariably figure out that I am meat.

I can share my spaces with honey bees of all stripes and persuasions. If I don’t attack them, they don’t attack me. That is the essence of Libertarian relationships.

I have employed various tools to minimize the meat bee populations in my area of operation, including baited traps and hired killers.

With the leaves gone from our local trees the very large hornet population around here was explained by a mongo nest high in a tree above the corner of our house.

The above photo is after application of birdshot and buckshot which I am confident will minimize the population next spring and summer. I have to say that my applicator, a Mossberg 930 12-gauge, is a pleasant, reliable joy to operate with the self-loading action and nice butt-pad noticeably reducing felt recoil in comparison to similar pump shotguns.