Montana is a great place to live if you enjoy spending time outdoors. There are endless opportunities for recreational activities with a plethora of mountains, rivers, and lakes. However, if you do plan on being outside, you'll have to deal with a lot of bugs. The state may be ideal for hiking, fishing, hunting, or camping, but there are a few bugs that you may encounter that could put a damper on your adventures.

Smashing Bugs
Canva Pro
loading...

Most of the insects that you'll find in Montana are completely harmless and won't bother you, but some of them need to be killed on sight so that they don't reproduce. Scientists claim that these are the worst invasive insect species in the United States. Thankfully, most of them aren't commonly found in Montana.

Get our free mobile app

There are a number of insects in Montana that have nasty bites that could easily get infected and cause severe pain. Some of them could even be fatal. Certain insects can also do considerable damage to your home and property. Montana is home to a couple of species of poisonous spiders and a variety of other unpleasant bugs that you shouldn't hesitate to squish. Consider it a favor to fellow Montanans.

Woman With Fly Swatter
Canva Pro
loading...

What Bugs Should You Kill Immediately in Montana?

We're not suggesting that you go on an insect-killing spree, and wipe out every single bug in your yard because not all insects are bad. Below, we'll discuss 10 bugs that need to be eliminated completely. We definitely wouldn't miss them if they were gone.

10 Disgusting Bugs in Montana That You Need to Kill Immediately

Here's a look at 9 bugs in Montana that you should kill if you see them around your house or outside.

10 Important Things Everyone Learns After Moving to Montana

Montana is a unique place, and some of the things you'll experience in the state don't happen anywhere else. Here are a few of the things you'll learn after moving to Montana.

Beware! 10 of the Most Deadly Animals Found in Montana

Montana is full of wild animals, and many of them can be deadly. Here are some of the deadliest animals that are native to Montana.

More From The Moose 94.7 FM