• April 15, 2016
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Evanston Ecology Center

Dr. Davidson will present close up (macro) photographs and descriptions of the roles that the many species of colorful insects play in our gardens. Some are our friends, some are our enemies but they are all fascinating in their exotic behaviors and interactions. Their complex role in the food web is more engaging than most of us realize. This is a presentation that will be of interest to both adults and children, whether you garden intensively or not.
Location: Evanston Ecology Center
Age: 8 yrs. and up
Fee: $5 R/$7 NR
Length: 1 session
Class # Date Day Time
113108A6 April 15 F 7-8:30pm

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