Hi,I'm Miranda, and I'll be happy to try and help you with your question.
Unfortunately, wasps love to attack bees at this time of the year because of their need for sugar. They will definitely attack and often destroy weak beehives first, which is likely why two of your hives have died.
Entrance reduction to the hive is definitely the best thing to do to help, which I see you've already done, but make sure that the size of the entrance is reduced to the width for a single bee to get in an out. After doing some research, I've discovered that a lot of people are suggesting to add some form of tubing to the entrance of the hive. Try attaching a piece of tubing about six inches long and half an inch in diameter to the hive entrance. The bees seem to have no problem using it to get in and out of the hive, but the wasps don't like it because of the concentrated amount of bees that could be inside.
Make sure there are no other openings that the wasps are using the get in and out of the hive: sections where hive parts aren't fitting closely together, gaps around the roof, knot holes, etc.
Also, make sure the area around your hive is extremely clean. Make sure there is no garbage, rotting fruit fallen from nearby trees, drips of honey, sugar, wax bits, etc., around the hive because it will attract wasps in droves.
Another thing I discovered is that some people feed sugar syrup to their bees at this time of year, which is another thing that will attract wasps. The honeydew left by insects (aphids) on trees can also attract them.
Hopefully if the cold weather remains consistent in your area, the wasps will die off soon. They can't handle such cold temperatures for very long. The traps you have should also help kill off some of them.
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I've opened another hive early this morning and found that all the bees, bee larvae, honey and pollen are gone. About 300 wasps were inside, burrowing into the empty comb to stay warm from our cold night weather, and each little wasp got its own squirt of wasp spray before awakening. My stronger hive that's under attack now only has wasps coming out of the opening, so I'm sure I've lost it, too. I will try the tube at the entrance of my last hive. I've read that wasps do not like to be around wormwood (neither do bees, for that matter) and have cut and taped several sprigs of it all over the last hive. Then, of course, I read wasps don't like mint, but they're ignoring it at the entrance of the 3rd hive and still crawling over it to leave. I will try the tubing on hive 4, with the wormwood, then either resort to moving that hive elsewhere or taping it up to outwait the wasps' deaths, or move that poor thing a couple miles away. Thanks for the tube idea.