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tent cats will have their "nests" in the fork of a tree and very close to the trunk or limb. these look more like fall webworms to me. they have their "nests" on the outer branches, but wrong time of year for them, i think.
adults fly from May to July in the north; March to August in the south (or all year in Florida)
Caterpillars are found June to September or October in the north; May to October in the south. Larva are most often noticed when they reach final instar and wander out of their home trees to find a place to pupate."