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Caterpillar Invasion 2

Uploaded by: hoecat

Sunday May 11, 2014

Lancaster, OH (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This is right after releasing them :)

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6. hoecat
7:54 PM GMT on May 12, 2014
Thanks Ralf :)
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5. Ralfo
7:52 PM GMT on May 12, 2014
NICE CLOSE-UP SHOT!
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4. hoecat
3:08 PM GMT on May 12, 2014
Oh crap, I know which ones ones your talking about. My Grandma used to take a broom handle with a gas soaked rag attached and burn the nests to try to save the trees. There is a ton of them in trees already :(
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3. minnesotamom
1:22 PM GMT on May 12, 2014
Hate to tell you this but these tent caterpillars will multiply into the thousands, then billions, all summer long and strip every tree and bush in your area of their leaves. In this area they become so thick they coat the tar roads so badly the road gets all greasy and is a traffic hazard.!
Best wishes!
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2. hoecat
4:02 AM GMT on May 12, 2014
Thanks Steve, I even had to move 10 more later this evening lol :)
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1. backwardguy
2:29 AM GMT on May 12, 2014
Oh my! You do have an invasion! Nice shot.
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Hi, I'm Kim. My son and I love to run outside and photograph storms as soon as we hear thunder or see the radar on WU!! I get a lot of video of lightning, my digital camera is to slow to capture it. I suppose I'll need a DSLR, hint hint hubby lol. I have been a fan of WU since 2001.

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