Walking in a Winter Wonderland...With Bagworms

Jill Calabro, Ph.D. February 06 2019

I’m not a big fan of winter. It’s just too cold and dark; plus, I like the greenness of spring and summer.

Since I won’t be moving to any subtropical or tropical climates anytime soon, I’ve learned to look for the positives of winter. For example, the first snow fall can be pretty, and I love seeing the arctic swans on the bay on my Sunday morning runs. And I also look forward to being able to easily spot tree damage caused by insects and diseases. Winter is a great opportunity to see all sorts of tree cankers, galls, and wood decay that are normally s...

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