Summer Articles worth reading: National Moth Week in July, insects and more

It’s Summer time in Jersey City and we’re recommending these articles as part of your summer reading list.

About Moths

National Moth Week: July 18th – 26th, 2020
Each year the National Moth Week Organization celebrates the beauty and the habitats of moths.  Learn more about the organization & how to become a Citizen Scientist by clicking the link above.

An Evening with Moths, Friday, July 25th, 2020 at the New Jersey Audubon from 8:30 PM – 10:30 PM
Cost is FREE. This is a family-friendly event. Bring a flashlight and register early!

About Bees

How to Identify Different Types of Bees, By Tom Oder |

About the Spotted Lantern fly

The spotted lantern fly may be colorful and attractive, but did you know that these invasive insects can destroy our trees.  Read more about this pesky insect below:

Spotted lanternfly sightings increasing in N.J. Here’s what to do if you see one. By Bill Dunhart | For

There’s a new pest in town – Spotted Lantern Fly – Gardener State Contributed by Nicholas Polanin for My Central Jersey 

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