How to Identify New Jersey Moths?

Answer Before you try to determine a moth's identity, make sure that it's a moth and not a butterfly. Although they both belong to the Lepidoptera order of insects, which means "scaled wings," there are a... Read More »

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How to Identify a New Jersey Tree?

All trees are identifiable by a number of factors, with the three most common being leaves, fruit and bark. While sometimes it is difficult to identify a tree without a field guide or other method ... Read More »

How to Identify Jersey Cattle?

This is an in-depth guide of identifying Jersey cattle. Jersey cattle are the second-most common breed of dairy cattle in North America. They originate from the British Crown-dependent Isle of Jers... Read More »

How to Get Rid of Moths?

Who wants moth-eaten wool clothing? Not me! Each of these steps can help to rid your woollies of moths.

How do I get rid of moths?

Make your self a net and catch them. Take them outside and release them. Turn just one light on and have the net close by. When one flies near the light up comes the net and then very quickly pl... Read More »