Announcing Eagle Hill Institute's seminars on Entomology in 2020
Eagle Hill is on the coast of eastern Maine between Acadia National Park and Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge. 

Jun 28 - Jul 4 ... Native Bees: Biology, Ecology, Identification and Conservation ... Sara Bushmann and Kalyn Bickerman-Martens
Jul 5 - 11 ... Tracks and Signs of Insects and Other Invertebrates ... Charley Eiseman
Jul 26 - Aug 1 ... Moths and Butterflies: Identification, Specimen Preparation, and Taxonomy ... Paul Dennehy
Aug 9 - 15 ... Spider Ecology, Identification, Biology, and Photography ... Kefyn Catley
Aug 23 - 29 ... Trichoptera of Eastern North America: Morphology, Molecular Systematics, Ecology, and New Research Directions ... John Morse and Paul Frandsen

The following flyer has links to individual seminar flyers:

For general information and a complete calendar: … 207-546-2821 Ext 4

Monarch Butterfly Sighting Wanted! 
newly hatched pine sawfly larva, photo by Rick West The award-winning internet-based science program, Journey North, helps students study the arrival of spring. Over 300,000 students are studying with this program. The program would like your sightings of monarch butterfly adults, eggs and larva. Please register at Journey North or send the following information to Don Davis: the date, name of observer, name of closest town or village and other details. One monarch was seen at Knowlton, Quebec. They have now reached Winnipeg, Manitoba. Also New Brunswick!


Who Are the Insects in Your Neighbourhood? 
Click here for details of a Public Education Event held during the AES 2006 Annual Meeting.

Educators, groups and individuals interested in developing activities promoting public awareness of entomology are invited to contact the AES President, Emily Owens.

Check out our Links page for popular educational sites looking at various aspects of entomology.