So today it’s really nice here in MA and I had my bedroom window open. One of the cats was lounging on the sill and I noticed that she kept staring up. So I got up to look and what do I find but a small wasp or hornet nest inside my window, stuck to the bottom of the top pane. I immediately closed the glass so that none would fly into my bedroom.
The screen is an old-fashioned kind that I cannot just slide up and quickly fling the nest out with a stick and then slam it shut. I can’t use hornet spray because this is in my bedroom, and the spray will get on my furniture and on the windowsill where my cats recline.
Do you think it’s feasible for me to sort of dislodge it into a glass, cover the glass up really quick, and then do “something” with it? I don’t know, I hate to kill them but I’m afraid if I take it outside they’ll have their revenge on me. Would they try to come after me? I guess I could put it in the freezer if that’s the best option. The nest is small; about an inch and a quarter or half in diameter. Leaving the window closed until winter won’t work as it’s my only one.
Advice is appreciated.
Edit: I just checked on them thinking they’d be asleep (it’s nearing dark here) and they’re just as lively as ever. There are wasps on the outside of the nest.