Ok, not sure in which category this topic goes.....but here goes. It has been 100+ degrees here in OKlahoma the past few days....and the wasps (of all kinds) are definitely thirsty! They land on the pool.....(they must have pontoons on their feet) .....they get a drink and then fly away. Apparently with the heat...they are all thirsty! I would say that yesterday on a consistent basis we had 40 to 50 wasps sitting on the pool getting a drink. Tho I don't mind sharing my pool with them........having that many at once all the time can be a bit intimidating. Usually they won't bother us...unless we bother them. But...there is hardly any space on the pool surface that does not have a wasp sitting on it within 3 feet of each other. Any suggestions on how to manage them? Or do we just share our space carefully with them and try not to make them mad?