We are seeing them all over and apparently this year is a bumper year for tent caterpillar populations.

Stories are being told all around the province about the crazy amounts of the little critters this year and one woman in a neighborhood south of Saskatoon estimates there are millions of tent caterpillars covering her home. It's so bad that Christine Roesler says her home is stained orange, and the trees around it are now bare.

According to Saskatoon bug expert Jeff Boone, the caterpillar outbreak should be over in the next week or so as they begin to cocoon, becoming moths by July.