Due to COVID-19 many programs are in limbo until times are safe. I will present several ZOOM programs in 2021. Details follow.
Check back often. Program requests come in throughout the year. We continue to add them here.
April 16 (Friday) — 6:00 p.m. “Weeds for Wildlife”
I will be presenting this program as a virtual ZOOM presentation for CU Maurice River. REGISTRATION REQUIRED: to sign up with CU Maurice River
click HERE. After signing up, be on the lookout for an email the day before the event inviting you to the Zoom Space. You’ll need an internet connection and your preferred device. The event will start promptly at 6:00 p.m. and will include a quick run-through on how to use the Zoom platform. If you do not receive the email please check your spam folder or contact Jamie Warner at CU Maurice River at 856-300-5331 or firstname.lastname@example.org
June 8 (Tuesday) — 7:00 p.m. “Ferocious Dragons and Dainty Damsels”
This ZOOM presentation is a primer to the winged jewels known as dragonflies and damselflies and will cover the most common species, their natural history (life cycle, seasonality, what they prey on, and who preys on them), and how to identify one from another. Pat Sutton, as long-time successful wildlife gardener, will share how to lure these ferocious mosquito predators into your own yard by creating a no-fuss wildlife pond. Registration required (see next paragraph).
This presentation is part of the Jersey-Friendly Yards 2021 Webinar Series: “What’s Bugging Your Jersey-Friendly Yard?” This webinar series began in January and runs through June 2021. Webinars are free and held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm. These live sessions are an hour long with time for questions. All the topics are great learning opportunities. To learn of the topic line-up, see recordings of past webinars in this series, or register for this webinar by Pat Sutton, click HERE.