The Periodical Cicada is a fascinating insect that has been harmlessly feeding on tree roots for the past 17 years. They finally emerge in Bucks County this month to become large adult bugs with red eyes and orange-veined wings.
Join the Bucks County Master Gardeners on Friday, May 21, from noon to 1 p.m., to learn about the life history of these unique native insects. Topics include: What will they do to our neighborhoods, to our trees and, most importantly, to us? What should or should we not do to these creatures?
The free, live “lunch and learn” webinar includes an opportunity to ask questions.
Register at extension.psu.edu/cicada-bucks