It's late summer, the time when wasps, yellow jackets and hornets hang around garbage cans and outside food areas.
While these stinging insects can be beneficial since they prey on other pest insects that destroy garden flowers and plants, they can also sting if they believe their nest is in jeopardy.
So, what exactly can be done to rid oneself of the threat of stinging insects and their nests?
It's all in the approach, according to Allan Boyer, owner of A.F. Boyer Hardware in Slatington.