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Maybe. They have sprayed though. They aren’t at the honey badger level of not caring yet.
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Minister of Fire
Dec 16, 2015
New Hampshire
I never could figure how skunks eat wasps either. Must be tough in the mouth. To the OP, I thought of you the past couple of days as I was cutting and splitting some green black birch that I took down at a friend's house this past weekend and the yellow jackets were all over that stuff. I thinking I counted about a dozen of them buzzing around.