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Brood X The 17 year Cicada
Brood X has not been above ground since 2004. After this spring, it will disappear again for 17 more years! Annual cicadas emerge every year. Others, called periodical cicadas appear at either 13 or 17 year intervals. They live most … Continue reading
What’s crawling around at night?
If you have outdoor structures around your home such as low decks, sheds, detached garages, chances are that you could have critters trying to get in them. Animals need protection from the elements. And what better place than under your … Continue reading
Ants! What to do if you see them…
Ants send out foragers to find food and water. If you see a few random ants, they are foraging, looking for food or water. They probably didn’t find anything yet. Just wipe them up, along with wiping down the entire … Continue reading
Ants of Southern New Jersey
In our area, the most common ants we see are odorous house ants, pavement ants, carpenter ants, and acrobat ants. We also have pharoah ants but not as often. This is a good thing because pharoah ants can have populations … Continue reading
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It’s Bat Week!
Bat conservation is so important! Check out this organization to learn more and to build your own bat houses! Bat Week
Wanna Hug a Bug?
Did you ever want to hug a bug? I’m not even sure how that’s done. Check out this article and the great close-up pictures and tell me what you think. Related articles Secrets From The Insect World That’ll Make … Continue reading
Cicadas are coming…and now they are gone.
Do you know who I am? Do you know what I am? You may have heard about me and my friends in the news. There are many varieties of us. The cicadas that are most often in the news, of … Continue reading