So during this crazy time our lab is making videos to share with the world, I SADLY am not in this one, but will be in the future ones, but you can watch my coworkers look for Exyra fax in the bogs!
Who would want to watch a video of me doing a video version of Weird Wasp Wednesdays?? You asked for it!
So th Single männer mit katzen is our very first attempt at "some time in the field" with The Caterpillar Lab crew.
Please give us some feedback!
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Was this a good idea? Do you want more or less? Please be our test audience. Our followers seemed eager to get outside with us, enjoy the coming of spring, and learn about caterpillars even as we are being told to isolate ourselves.
So while we can't run open hours and set up programs, we thought we would try to include you all more through filming some of our exploits. As businesses close, the first red-winged blackbirds and eastern phoebes arrive to stake out nesting territories. As the CDC makes its recommendations, the red maple buds swell and the first spring caterpillars emerge to single horned caterpillar.
As the toilet paper isles sit empty at supermarkets, the great amphibian migrations continue, with wood frogs, spring peepers and spotted salamanders not so concerned about our lack of toiletries. We are just around the corner from the first tent caterpillars hatching, from dozens of species of moths at our lights, from viceroy butterfly single horned caterpillar eating willow buds, from SO MUCH LIFE. The natural world is alive, beautiful, and full of caterpillary wonder and more.
Hornworm Meets Alien
So if your own world has been disrupted let's all spend a little more time indulging in the world of others. What better way to spend a day restricted to our homes than enjoying the wildlife of our backyards?