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Winter Nature Challenge 2021-Amazing Arthropods with Plymouth Co. Entomologist Blake Dinius

January 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Winter Nature Challenge 2021

JANUARY 13 @ 7:00 PM (via Zoom Webinar)
This year, in place of the WaterWatch Lecture Series, we are presenting the Winter Nature Challenge 2021!

Stay active and engaged with nature this winter! Join the North and South Rivers Watershed Association, South Shore Natural Science Center, and Mass Audubon for the 2021 Winter Nature Challenge!

Join the virtual talk and discover something new. From owl watching, to winter beachcombing, the range of topics will be diverse, fun, and interesting! Take your new knowledge a step further by joining in a guided outdoor event ($) and by completing the weekly challenge.

REGISTER HERE to receive links to virtual presentations, challenges, and optional outdoor events!

January 13 – Amazing Arthropods! with Plymouth Co. Entomologist Blake Dinius.

Insects and spiders make up about 77% of all animal species on the plant. There are 300-400 species of silverfish, but only 15 species gold fish. There are more species of bees than birds. And, the number of species of moths is more than double that of all vertebrates combined! Today, the quip “1 in every 3 bites of our or food comes from pollinators” is nearly ubiquitous. But, did you know that almost 90% of our flowering plants depend on insects for reproduction. Or that without insects we would be literally buried in poop? Life as we know it would simply not be the same without insects. Want to learn more about insects and the myriad ways that insects impact your life? Come join us on our journey into the wonderful world of Amazing Arthropods!


January 13
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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