Do Yellow Jackets return to the same nest every year?
Yellowjackets and other wasp species do not use the same nest again the following year. New queens start a new nest each spring; although a favorable nest site maybe chosen year after year if adequate space is available. They leave the nest in the fall and overwinter under tree bark and other protected sites.
Do yellow jacket nests have two entrances?
The nest may have more than one entrance, but yellow jackets do not create a second escape hatch. The queens establish a nest wherever they find a suitable existing hole; perhaps a root rotted away or a rodent abandoned a nest.
How do I get rid of yellow jackets when I can’t find the nest?
Finding and treating yellowjacket nests –
Where do Yellow jackets build their nests?
Yellowjackets build nests in trees, shrubs, or in protected places such as inside man-made structures, or in soil cavities, tree stumps, mouse burrows, etc. They build them from wood fiber they chew into a paper-like pulp.