This year is an especially heavy year for miller moths. Millers migrate in the late spring/early summer from the plains to the mountains, passing through the Front Range on their way. Moths often get into homes and cars and, although they can be a nuisance, miller moths don’t eat household furnishings and they don’t reproduce during the migratory period, according to researchers at Colorado State University. For more information on these pesky but harmless creatures, see CSU’s Miller Moths fact sheet.
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