staten island museum nature
Magicicadas are on the move!  Recent updates from museum volunteers report that nymphs are already coming to the opening of burrows, like the one shown above, but quickly retreat when disturbed.  (Photograph by William T. Davis, Part of the William T. Davis Collection at the Staten Island Museum)
The Staten Island Museum is looking for citizen scientists to help collect data on this year’s emergence. Please click here to visit our blog about how you can lend a hand!

Magicicadas are on the move!  Recent updates from museum volunteers report that nymphs are already coming to the opening of burrows, like the one shown above, but quickly retreat when disturbed.  (Photograph by William T. Davis, Part of the William T. Davis Collection at the Staten Island Museum)

The Staten Island Museum is looking for citizen scientists to help collect data on this year’s emergence. Please click here to visit our blog about how you can lend a hand!