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Gypsy Moths

The gypsy moth is by far the most destructive pest of forest and shade trees in Maryland. The caterpillars eat the leaves of oaks and other hardwoods in May and June. Please refer to the link below for information about Montgomery County's efforts to control gypsy moths.

For inquiries requiring the response of a DEP investigator, requestors will typically be contacted within 3 days although resolution of the issue may take longer depending on the circumstances of the case.

Find more information from the following link(s):
To speak with a Customer Service Representative, please call 311 during business hours.