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Bugs and Birds Go Boo! Halloween at the National Wildlife Federation

11/2/2011 // By Mekell Mikell

There’s a real bad bug going around the National Wildlife Federation’s headquarters, but it isn’t the flu. Amid candy, cupcakes and unsuspecting coworkers, NWF staff decked themselves out in their favorite wildlife and environmental-themed costumes. Wild-for-Animals Costumes Read Dr. Inkley’s […] Read more >

Photo: Doug Inkley, Ph.D.

If You Don’t Eat Your Veggies Stink Bugs Will

7/25/2011 // By Mekell Mikell

  Unlike scores of children around the globe, brown marmorated stink bugs don’t mind eating their veggies or yours. The invasive species is rather fond of broccoli and asparagus, some of the worst dinner time offenders. They also like soybeans, […] Read more >

This stink bug landed on me as I was writing this post.

Stink Bugs Don’t Bite, But They Sure Do Suck

4/15/2011 // By Mekell Mikell

There’s an old saying that house guests and fish stink after three days. Brown marmorated stink bugs, however, are the houseguests that stink right away. If you haven’t seen this invasive species in your home or garden, researchers say it’s […] Read more >

Photo: Doug Inkley, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, NWF

Taking a Bite Out of Stink Bugs

3/22/2011 // By Mekell Mikell

They fly, they crawl, they cluster and they might even eat some of your food. Chances are you’ve seen or smelled one crawling on your wall or on your shoulder. The saga of the brown marmorated stink bug continues, but […] Read more >

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What’s Bugging You? A Biologist Battles Stink Bugs

3/14/2011 // By Mekell Mikell

They’re the house guests that refuse to leave, make a mess, and creep you out. Brown marmorated stink bugs (BMSB) have been bugging NWF senior biologist Doug Inkley, Ph.D. for a while, despite his best efforts to show them the […] Read more >

brown marmorated stink bug nymph

Stink Bugs, Stink Bugs Everywhere

2/17/2011 // By Danielle Brigida

The name says it all. Stink bugs. Some stink bugs species are native to North America and their populations are kept in check by their natural predators.   That’s no big deal.  But, the brown-marmorated stink bug is a recent […] Read more >