Most people are familiar with the insects that surround us during the daylight hours but rarely have the chance to see the array of moths, beetles and other insects who wait until dark to emerge from their daytime hiding places. On Friday evening, August 16, Michael McAloon a PhD candidate in Entomology will lead a program at Flanders to explore the world of nighttime insects. The program consists of a short talk followed by a walk to observe, identify and collect these fascinating nocturnal insects.
All ages and families are welcome. Attendees should bring along a headlamp or flashlight to maneuver in the darkness and a sense of adventure!
Friday, August 16, 8 pm
Cost is $10 for members or $15 for non-members.
Register online or call 203-263-3711, ext. 12
at the intersection of Flanders and Church Hill Road