by KOMO News Staff Saturday, September 11th 2021
On Saturday, State officials said the third nest of 2021 is in the same area as the other nests, near Blaine by the U.S. – Canada border.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture says they are now working on plans to eradicate the nest and will provide more updates next week.
Officials say all four nests found in the past two years have been within a few miles of each other. (Click to Source)