It's been raining and cold. The only bugs I've seen lately in any great number are slugs. We seem to have an extra-lot of them, especially in the back yard, where they cruise around all over the patio until they die on the dry cement. I don't remember ever seeing so many dead slugs on the patio before.
There are also a few crane fly larvae that have worked their way up onto the concrete. They are gross-looking gray wormlike things. Other than that, no bugs here at home. The arboretum has a fair supply of monarch caterpillars, but between the rain, the new dog, and Jerry hurting his back, I haven't really had a chance to appreciate them.
There is reason to be optimistic, though. All this rain could result in favorable conditions for tadpoles.