> Do paper wasps serve any beneficial purpose on the land or do they pose a
> potential danger?
Wasps are welcome in my garden. They're nearly omniverous. They eat cabbageworms
and many other pests in the garden. I generally don't let them build nests in
doorways or places where there's a lot of human movement. They're dangerous when
you annoy them. I remove the nests with a long stick when they're small usually in
the early morning when the wasps are torpid.
> Could they swarm if their numbers grow too big?
Good question. I'll wait for an answer on that.
> If I would be wise to remove it, perhaps an obnoxious, constant vibration on
> the inside of the glass against their nest would do it?
Might work, but I doubt it.
> Any other non-chemical
> options? Do I need a bee suit? :)
With numbers as large as you are intimating, I would proceed with caution.Keith
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