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Gall Wasps

The thinning leaves of autumn unveil and expose many of the trees in Wakulla County which have been concealed by their green cloak during the warmer months. Oaks, both deciduous and evergreen, may reveal a… Read More

Gall Wasps

The thinning leaves of autumn unveil and expose many of the trees in Wakulla County which have been concealed by their green cloak during the warmer months.  Oaks, both deciduous and evergreen, may reveal a… Read More

Gone to Seed

Autumn in Wakulla County results in many annual and perennial plants producing seed. Better knowledge of how plants function throughout their lifecycle has led to understanding the ingenious ways they continue their species next spring…. Read More

Gone to Seed

Autumn in Wakulla County results in many annual and perennial plants producing seed. Better knowledge of how plants function throughout their lifecycle has led to understanding the ingenious ways they continue their species next spring…. Read More

Wakulla’s Nutty Pests

Thanksgiving is coming and with it all the wonderful traditional dishes from recipes passed down through the generations.  Historically, these specialties have been concocted from locally produced foodstuffs, but with that distinctive and unique quality… Read More

Big Bend Bugs! – Hickory Horned Devil

Hickory Horned Devil (larva), Regal Moth or Royal Walnut Moth,Citheronia regalis (Fabricius) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Saturniidae: Citheroniinae) The imposing larva, known as the hickory horned devil, is most often observed when it is full grown and comes down… Read More