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    Thanks for the suggestions but it now looks like a Wasp nest. My Daughter Googled the noise and found examples of the same noise and armed with this possibility, I took a thorough look at the roof with my binoculars and sure enough, there are Wasps entering under the tiles.

    No idea how the little buggers make such a strange noise but we now have to get rid of them.

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    wasps rarely use same nest again although they may return to same area. they will naturally die off in late autumn early winter, so might be time to remove it and seal up the holes they are using...unless they are a menace right now, then get a pest management firm in.
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    Don't forget to get the jam out of the nest first.
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    I agree with Grant, if they're not a nuisance leave them alone till after the autumn, then deal with their access points. Pest control would probably cost about £80, or to put it another way four or five new lps
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    Quote Originally Posted by hifi_dave View Post

    No idea how the little buggers make such a strange noise but we now have to get rid of them.
    That’s the sound they make when they’re, “having relations”, as it were.

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    If they are a nuisance the council will remove them for approx £50.00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    If they are a nuisance the council will remove them for approx £50.00.
    But they will keep the jam for themselves.
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