Ladybug Adventure at White River Campground


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As you explore the Sequoia National Forest you may happen upon a small colony of ladybugs covering rocks and tree trunks so completely that they are red in appearance. Move your hand toward the red rock or tree trunk and you may have an experience similar to Frederick in the video below.

This beloved and beneficial garden insect definitely becomes more “bug-like” as it creeps down your shirt and up your pants should you happen upon a large colony. Find a colony at White River Campground during the summer and fall, just 30 minutes past California Hot Springs in the Sequoia National Forest.

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