https://www.cooperpest.com/blog/why-should-yellow-jacket-nests-be-removed-in-the-fall

Call Cooper at 1-800-949-2667 to remove yellow jacket nests at your home. ... the males will die off, and the fertilized females will seek shelter for the winter to ... DO NOT taunt or provoke the yellow jackets otherwise; they will easily sting you,  ...

https://www.rottler.com/how-weather-affects-yellow-jackets

When a yellow jacket nest survives the winter, the nest continues to grow. ... High humidity during the summer can make it harder for yellow jackets to get around ...

https://www.doyourownpestcontrol.com/yellowjackets.htm

Yellow Jacket information and control How to kill get rid yellow jacket nest. ... nest is in a very warm location, however, the whole nest could survive the winter.

https://extension.illinois.edu/hortihints/0204c.html

Only mated yellowjacket queens survive winter in a hibernating state, hidden in ... biology of the yellowjackets which allows you to easily and efficiently control ...

https://pestid.msu.edu/insects-and-arthropods/yellowjackets/

Yellowjackets and other wasp species do not use the same nest again the ... the only members of the colony that survive the winter, do not overwinter in the nest.

https://animals.mom.me/hibernation-yellow-jacket-8971.html

Yellow jacket queens are not able to withstand the cold temperatures of winter any better than other members of the colony, so they do not spend those months  ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowjacket

Yellowjacket or Yellow jacket is the common name in North America for predatory social wasps ... Parent colony workers dwindle, usually leaving the nest to die, as does the foundress queen. Abandoned nests rapidly decompose and disintegrate during the winter. They can persist as long as they are kept dry, but are rarely ...

https://hortnews.extension.iastate.edu/1995/10-13-1995/moreyell.html

Oct 13, 1995 ... In fact, yellowjackets in the house after the time of frost and the first freezing ... the living space within the house, especially in the fall and early winter. ... Yellowjacket wasps do not reuse a nest the following year and the wasps ...

https://ask.extension.org/questions/220080

Unlike honeybees, yellowjackets do not store food in their nests that would ... will either stave to death or get frozen out by winter temperatures.

https://www.keepingbackyardbees.com/theyre-here-yellow-jacket-season-is-upon-us/

Aug 9, 2016 ... Unlike honey bees, yellow jackets generally do not overwinter in their ... and then hibernate in some protected nook through the winter months.