NH Bugs

Keep an eye out for invasive species, from February 26— March 3, 2024 and beyond.
National Invasive Species Awareness Week (NISAW) is being celebrated February 26— March 3, 2024. Learn More
In early to mid-summer, a female acorn weevil uses her elongated mouth parts to chew a tiny hole in a developing acorn. She then deposits a fertilized... Learn More
In New Hampshire, the metallic-green and bronze-colored Japanese beetles emerge from the soil in late June or July and search out host plants. Learn More
From the Trees Tell Their Stories series by Coos County Forester, Ray Berthiaume
Going through the spring season and into early summer, one of the most common questions was about our Eastern White Pine trees. Specifically, ‘what i... Learn More
Keep an eye out for invasive insects this summer.
Check your pool filters for invasive insects this summer. Learn More
Keep an eye out for EAB, from May 22—28 and beyond.
Keep an eye out for EAB, from May 22—28 and beyond. Learn More
The arrival of winter provides a reprieve from wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets.
As a forester and arborist, I find joy working outside in every season. However, the arrival of the first hard frosts in autumn - followed by winter –... Learn More
UNH Extension forestry and wildlife experts and special guests answer audience questions.
UNH Extension forestry and wildlife experts and special guests answer audience questions live. Learn More
Keep an eye out for invasive species from February 28 – March 4, 2022.
National Invasive Species Awareness Week (NISAW) is being celebrated February 28 – March 4, 2022. Learn More
Keep an eye out for EAB, from May 23—29 and beyond.
Keep an eye out for EAB, from May 23—29 and beyond. Learn More