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Insects for Birders

March 9 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST

Seacoast Chapter Zoom Program

Wednesday, March 9

Pick any scene from the drama of birds, the grace and force of flight, the ornaments and audacity of courtship, the absolute joy we get in watching them, and you will find it as well in the drama of insects, played out only a few feet away. With vivid images and practical advice, birder and entomologist Bryan Pfeiffer will persuade you to aim your binoculars toward butterflies, dragonflies, fireflies, tiger beetles and other glittering insects, which E.O.Wilson calls “the little things that run the world.”

Bio: A writer, biologist and boy explorer, Bryan Pfeiffer has studied and photographed nature, mostly birds and insects, from the tropics to above the Arctic Circle. His essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Aeon magazine, Orion, Northern Woodlands, Field & Stream and many other places. His latest adventures include photographing rare butterflies for the State of Maine. In his various other lives, Bryan has been (or still is) a bread baker, a pot washer, a firefighter, a nature guide, a videographer and a newspaper reporter. He lives in Montpelier, VT and online at www.bryanpfeiffer.com.

Visit the Seacoast Chapter website for further details and to register for the free zoom talk.

Details

Date:
March 9
Time:
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST
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Venue

Zoom Link
United States

Organizer

Seacoast Chapter
Email:
danielhubbard@peoplepc.com
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