For about 2 weeks in my area, we've had cicadas everywhere, and especially on the properties I maintain. They don't sting or bite, but what I've noticed from my experience is when you are mowing a lawn, or trimming, they will swarm you, or your lawn mower. They also make a loud hissing noise when they land on you. I'm guessing there is a correlation between their mating call and the pitch of the lawn mower and trimmer engines. I've also noted that if you turn the throttle of your engine down a little, they seem to be less attracted to your mower. These insects will swarm up to me in a group of about 10 or 20, sometimes even more, and land on my face, chest, arms, and even my Stihl work glasses, thus making it hard to operate a Zero Turn, or continue edging. Usually they are in trees, so about 90% of the time it occurs when I drive or work around trees. They are supposed to be gone the 4th of July in my area, Thank God. Is anyone else experiencing these pests?