A larger than usual infestation of tussock moths and western spruce budworms are threatening trees in Colorado. The tussock moths have infested over 8,000 acres of land. In only a few years, these moths can destroy trees. 





Colorado Springs pine trees infested with record number of moths

“The largest outbreak that we’ve seen from the whole front range in Colorado history,” said Jay Hein, Colorado Springs City forester. More than 8,000 acres of city and private property are infested with tussock moths. “It defoliates the tree and …

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