Thanks to all who made 2021 Bug-a-Palooza a success! The event was a scaled back, pandemic friendly version of Bernheim’s annual Bugfest, which will return once it is safe to do so.
Missed any of the bug action? You can still celebrate our six-legged friends and their relatives all year long.
Be sure to visit WBUG-TV or click the video below (it will bring up a YouTube playlist) for all of the virtual programs, including recordings of expert presentations, artist panels, and “Interview with an Insect” videos.
Bug-A-Palooza Daily Bug: the Monstrous Decomposer Eastern Hercules Beetle
It was a misty, serene morning, and I was bracing myself for the peace to be broken shortly by the arrival of fourteen rambunctious campers. Two had already arrived and … Read More »
Bug-A-Palooza Daily Bug: Ants – The Most Fascinating Insects?
Ants. Three body parts, two antennae, six legs, usually black or brown in color and not large at all. The generic insect, the one you study in first grade when you learn … Read More »
Bug-A-Palooza Daily Bug: The Hauntingly Majestic Yellow Garden Spider
I’ve never been fond of spiders. In my younger years, I’d claim they had too many legs (yet despite that statement, the octopus was somehow my favorite animal), and the … Read More »
Have even more fun on the go with our Bug-a-Palooza playlist, created by Youth and Family Program Manager, Dan Pascucci, available on Spotify and Amazon Music.