For readers with an interest in insects, the long-running entomology blog Bug Squad offers a wealth of information on the topic. This frequently updated resource is published by the University of California Cooperative Extension's Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR). Here, readers will find articles exploring interesting facts about insects and other bugs, news of newly published entomology studies, stories about recent and upcoming educational events, and more, all written for a broad audience and accompanied by numerous photos. While pollinators like various species of bees and butterflies make regular appearances, Bug Squad also discusses less popular insects such as tsetse flies and midges, as well as non-insects such as spiders, ticks, and even hummingbirds. Launched in 2008, Bug Squad is authored by Kathy Keatley Garvey, who is also the communications specialist for the Department of Entomology and Nematology at UC Davis.