Where I am the lizzards ate all of them.
its the Cricket season---everybody cricket pla<x>yer fan, out in force lol
The day you asked this was probably much warmer than others.<br />
Crickets chirp at different rates, depending on their species, and the temperature of their environment.<br />
As the atmosphere heats up, bio-chemical reactions that fascilitate muscle contractions used to produce chirping, happen more rapidly. <br />
The calling song of the male seeking a mate is the loudest of the crickets four songs. Summer is the season for their mating, so the heat facilitates his advertising.<br />
You could say "because it's a sexy day."
Find the game quite boring, try turning the tv sound down a tad..
Ha ha where I am it is hot and dry and we have more crickets this year.....maybe its just a good year for crickets all over the world.?????
its cold wet and a lot of them this year,, i got crickets everywhere
they seem to like damp places. as for the temp. well you only hear them at night time, right