Once they reach the adult stage, mayflies have about 24 hours to mate and lay eggs. No pressure there, eh, mayflies?
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There were lots of pretty colors on the La Crosse radar on Tuesday night when storms moved through the area.
So you might have missed the blues and greens along the Mississippi River. A mayfly hatch. Read more →
Any day now, the Mississippi River is going to give us what the Illinois River gave the people of Havana, Ill., southwest of Chicago, today. Read more →
As you slip on dead mayflies over the next few days, try to remember that it’s indicative of a river’s health. The annual massive mayfly hatch on the Mississippi is finally underway, a little later than usual. Read more →