Hyphantria cunea

The Fall Webworm caterpillars are out in force this year. Bush Terminal.Transmitter Park. (Droppings on the leaf to the right.)Down the street.

Yesterday was Henry THoreau’s 202 birthday. I’ve written quite a bit about him here over the years. He remains a vital beacon in this vicious era.

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