Insects are getting harder to find, except those that bite us and get into our food supplies.
As I have previously noted, insects are in decline (except for those that bite and get into our food supplies). Few have the guts to splatter themselves on our windshields as we drive the highways during dusk hours.
I went out recently to Mill Brook Preserve looking for insects to photograph. Unfortunately, aside from biting bugs and other … More
I found this fellow perched on the outside of my sliding glass door this morning. I thought it was a … More
Falmouth Audubon: Google Earth photo I went out to the Gilsland Farm (Falmouth Audubon), yesterday. It was a good bug … More
The other night while driving to my friends’ on Peaks Island I saw thousands of winter moths in my headlights. … More
Living underground, the iridescent Great Black Wasp pollinates flowers while feeding itself, and removes plant pests while feeding its young … More
Apparently the Praying Mantis thinks so. Or maybe it’s poised to grab an insect (or Humming Bird). Whatever the reason … More
Well, it looks dangerous, but it isn’t. It only looks a bit like a scorpion. I found this guy in … More
Recall two of my recent posts, The Bugs Are Coming, where I discussed the bugs that are bad for us, … More