Latest Insects Articles
Founding Father Benjamin Franklin is credited with the expression, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Of course, that was back in… Read More
Sure, they’re annoying, they spread disease and their bites can leave you scratching for days, but mosquitoes are still much maligned.
We’ve all seen small armies of tiny ants storming the honey jar or making off with spilled sugar, one grain at a time.
He sang that getting one would make him “kind of human,” but we’re not the only species who have what the Tin Man longed for the most -- a heart… Read More
One of the great joys of wintertime in New England is not having to deal with insect pests.