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Science & Technology
When are we going to hear Brood II 17-year cicadas in the Lehigh Valley? Are they going to "ruin" local college commencement ceremonies? How can you participate in cicada science?
After a long and chilly winter, mason bee season is just beginning. Now is the time to get your bee nesting tubes and start placing them outside!
Bumble Bees face many challenges, but with perseverance and determination, they make their mothers proud.
Roly-Polies and other woodlice are easy to find, perform some amazing stunts and may have non-traditional families.
Watching earwigs frolic and romp can be wholesome fun for the whole family.
Summer would not be complete without the sounds of cicadas.
Praying mantises are fun to watch and appeal to many interests.
Luna moths are a welcome part of our summer. How are they doing?
Bed bugs are nothing new and are probably here to stay.
Emerald ash borers are on the way to the Lehigh Valley and it's going to be a problem.
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