The Duchess of Cambridge gave a group of children some honey made by her own bees when she surprised them during a visit to London's Natural History Museum.
Brood X summer is in full swing in east-central Illinois, where 17-year periodical cicadas crawled their way up through thousands of straw-sized holes in the earth around Memorial Day to make the most of the end of their lives.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Scientists have found a dead Asian giant hornet north of Seattle, the first so-called murder hornet discovered in the country this year, federal and state investigators said Wednesday.
Lollapalooza organizers released the daily 2021 festival schedule Wednesday, with less than two months until music lovers are set to descend on Chicago's Grant Park.
Cutworms, slugs and flea beetles have cosmopolitan tastes, attacking practically any transplant. They can be kept in check without pesticides.
Cutworms only take a few bites out of new transplants, which doesn’t seem like it would do much harm, except that those bites are at ground level. Attacked seedlings topple over, dead. Don’t confuse this damage with damping-off disease, which is caused by a fungus that also attacks at the soil line, but usually affects only very young, newly sprouted seedlings.
A man who went shopping in New Mexico came back to find his car was full of bees. Thousands and thousands of them.
Conservation groups are making another push to protect habitat for the endangered rusty patched bumblebee, a creature that once buzzed throughout much of the United States and today is an insect you’re lucky to spot at all.
From a dew-drunk cicada that inspired a first-century poem in ancient Greece to Walt Whitman’s “noiseless, patient spider,” this anthology shows that watching bugs is as old as civilization.
Sometime in May, maybe after a light rain around Memorial Day, one of the largest groups of periodical cicadas will head above ground in Illinois for the first time in 17 years.
The dwindling monarch butterfly population needs help. It’s not too early to start preparing a butterfly garden for this summer. Here's what to know.
Fruit flies seem to come out of nowhere, but there are products you can buy and DIY remedies you can use to rid your home of the pesky creatures.