WARNING: Use of may lead you to do things like following wasps around with a camera instead of backing away slowly and looking for the nest.

Please use iNaturalist responsibly.

(That said, the wasps showed no signs of aggression and I got some decent photos!)

@kelsonv Me too. :-) Of course, I don't follow them closely or provoke them.

My first rule of nature photography is "minimal disturbance", i.e. no breaking of branches just to get a better view.

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