Virtual American Entomological Society Meeting

April 27th, 2022
Wednesday, 4 pm EDT

Meeting Topic:

The Nature of Oaks
AES- white oak

Scary headlines about the decline of the natural world that serves as our life support have spurred homeowners across the country to take action by planting natives that will help reverse this trend. No plant will achieve this faster than one of our 91 species of oaks. Oaks support more species of animals, sequester more carbon, protect our watersheds, and nourish soil communities better than any other plant genus in North America. Tallamy will discuss these roles by following the many fascinating things that are happening on the oaks in his yard each month of the year. His hope is to supply the knowledge about oaks that will generate interest in them, and, with any luck, compassion for these magnificent trees.

 

At this meeting, we will also present the Calvert Awards for the best entomological science projects in the Philadelphia region.

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Guest Speaker

Dr. Doug Tallamy
Professor, Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, University of Delaware

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