Scientists: Freezing Cold Winter Could Mean Much Fewer Bugs In SummerAs many states are still digging out from the frigid "bomb cyclone," some are looking for the possible bright side of a brutal winter: less bugs in the summer.
To Help Reduce Mosquito Population, Scientists Are Unleashing 20 Million Of ThemWhile it may sound counter-intuitive, the scientists' plan will hopefully reduce the number of disease-carrying mosquitos, according to NPR's report.
Tick That Triggers Red Meat Allergy Spreading Across U.S.The tick species is most present in the southeastern U.S., but lately has been spreading north up the East Coast and into the Midwest.
Swarms Of Mayflies Descend On Lancaster CountyWhile the flies only live for a day, they reproduce and can increase their numbers in a very short time.
The Five B's Are Best For Your GardenBirds, Bats, Butterflies, Bees and Bugs. Celebrate these Five B’s at a slew of events in and around Wayne and Radnor Township, PA now through May 9th.
Smart Phone App Will Help Blow Whistle On Invasive SpeciesA scientist has developed a smart phone application to help keep track of invasive species.
Garden Pests May Serve A PurposeFor devastating infestations on a precious plant or big tree, I’d call a professional. Otherwise, I prune out obvious damage and let Nature fight it out.
Feast On Insects At Morris Arboretum's Upcoming 'Bug Crawl'The arboretum is hosting a bug-centric feast, which includes -- ahem --<em> delicacies</em> like cricket fritters with coconut curry dipping sauce and bamboo worm bruschetta.
The Cicadas Are ComingThey're coming. But cicadas don't sting or bite you, and they DON'T EAT YOUR PLANTS. So no need to worry. This is what you need to know.
Academy Of Natural Sciences Of Drexel Hosting A Very Creepy Cocktail PartyThis isn’t your typical cocktail party, especially when it comes to the food.
Turn The Hose On InsectsWhen insects attack your garden, don't turn to insecticide, turn on the hose.
West Nile Virus Identified in Mosquito Pool In Chester County>Mosquito traps collected in Greenfield Park in West Chester Borough have tested positive for West Nile Virus, according to the Chester County Health Department.