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Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
Luvapottamus
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RE: Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2018 05:03 PM)
Didn't see no June bugs this year.

Me neither so far.

Seeing some weird other beetles out today though.

chuckle

I have several translucent metallic looking beetles and wasp species now.

Hope they aren't from Microsoft.

chuckle

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RE: Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-11-2018 12:50 AM)
I live in NY and I have to wear insect repellant when I walk to work or the bugs eat me alive.

Lots and lots of bugs here in NY.

True that!
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BlackCat
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Post: #228
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Seems to be a fair amount of hornets/wasps but other than that, not so much.
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oops, how did this happen?

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pacman
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The bugs are back in town!
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the official horny thread?
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pacman  Wrote: (07-16-2018 05:53 AM)
The bugs are back in town!

Dunno, but we have a veritable cicada symphony here.
I like it. I would miss it if it were gone.
Though I do wonder how they can expend so much energy to be so loud and to keep going so tirelessly on and on again.
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Sarah
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RE: Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
Hey! Now that you mention it, I did not see a SINGLE June bug this year! We're usually overrun with them, to the point where I have to stuff my hair under a hat!!!

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Post: #233
RE: Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
Cicadas are out in full force where I live.

Plenty of birds as well. All kinds.

Fewer squirrels right now. More things eating them maybe. Lots of skunks around.
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