Wasp nest - Winter removal
This could be a disaster, but we noticed a huge wasp's nest in a bush and we want to get rid of it. Being a kind soul (really!!), I left the wasps to do their business during this fall but at freeze up (we're on the Great Canadian prairies) I would assume that the wasps are frozen solid and I can safely dipose of the nest then. Is that correct?
As a curious person, how do wasps survive the winter to restart in the spring if they are all frozen and dead? Mosquitos I know, wasps are a bit of a mystery though.