Busy Bee Season For North Texas BeekeeperIn the last few days, beekeeper Chris Collins has been called to remove bees from a trampoline in The Colony, from inside of a tree trunk in Southlake and, inevitably, from inside of homes.
Early Spring, Warm Temperatures Increase Bug PopulationNorth Texans who haven't mastered the art of swatting flies will have plenty of time to perfect it this spring.
New Tarantula Species Named After Johnny CashA tarantula named after singer Johnny Cash is among 14 new species identified by scientists who spent a decade collecting the hairy spiders and studying nearly 3,000 of them.
Your Chance To Name New Moth SpeciesAn auction on eBay allows the public to make a different kind of purchase: naming rights to an insect.
Bees Cause Buzz At DFW Airport, TwiceOfficials at DFW Airport had to handle some unusual stowaways on a flight from Las Vegas.
Plan To Save Monarch Butterfly PopulationLaura Bush joined state and federal officials in announcing a plan to help the monarch butterfly population.
Monarch Butterflies Entering Mexico On MigrationMonarch butterflies have begun entering Mexico on their annual migration from the United States and Canada.
Austin Overrun By Cricket InvasionAs temperatures start going down, we are bound to see more crickets in DFW. Austin is currently in the middle of a cricket invasion thanks to its dip in temperatures last week.
Thousands Of Honeybees Move Into Dallas Omni HotelThe roof of the Omni has just become home to swarms of rescued honeybees.
Travelers Bring One Of World's Worst Invasive Species Through DFWDallas/Fort Worth International Airport is one of the largest airports in the world, but it seems smaller, more ruinous creatures (transported by humans) have been wiggling their way into North Texas.
Bee Swarm Stings Middle School StudentsTwenty-three middle school students at Highland Middle School in Saginaw had to be treated for multiple bee stings after someone disturbed a hive during PE class.
Some Areas Of North Texas Experiencing Cricket Invasion If you've noticed a lot of crickets congregating in your homes or in your stairwells at work, you're not alone.