The army cutworm, also known as the miller moth, is a springtime seasonal nuisance in some states including Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico and Kansas. They hatch in the low-lying farmlands, then migrate to higher elevations for the summer. They return as the weather cools but in smaller numbers. They are considered nearly impossible to control through normal pest extermination techniques because new moths show up every day as they migrate. With their very small bodies, they enter homes in the evening (attracted by the light) through any available crack or crevice (door jamb, chimney, etc.). Residents in migration paths report dozens of moths per day entering their homes, garages, workplaces, and even vehicles. Some years the migration can be particularly bad...