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Beware autumn’s angry yellow jackets

Lack of food 'makes them as cranky as a hungry child'

Eastern yellow jacket wasps eat an apple that fell onto the grassy floor.
Eastern yellow jacket wasps eat apples that have fallen from an apple tree Sept. 9 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Yellow jackets are scavengers on the hunt for meat and sweet liquids and begin to starve to death in autumn because their food sources disappear when temperatures plummet. (Photo by Creative Touch Imaging Ltd./NurPhoto via AP)
By Elliott Almond CDN Contributor
I love autumn, no matter what my fellow recreationists might say about bidding summer adieu. As s
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