Maine is in the midst of a really bad season for the browntail moth.
The hairs of the caterpillar can cause a rash and also widespread tree defoliation.
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Browntail moths have been especially noticeable in mid-coast communities this summer.
Scientists say we may be seeing more moths because of hot, dry summers followed by warm fall seasons.
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The Maine Forest Service says you can call 211 if you have questions about the moths.