I am available to lead natural history walks, either with a specific focus such as vernal pool ecology or wildflower identification, or with a “wandering” approach in which we explore whatever plants, animals, fungi, etc. a particular place and time has to offer. I also offer insect-themed slide show presentations.
Together with Noah Charney, I offer workshops on animal tracking (both vertebrate and invertebrate). You can find details for our joint events here, and some examples of our mammal tracking workshops here.
March 25 – Slide show / talk (Native Plants as Insect Habitat) at the Connecticut Botanical Society’s semiannual meeting, Rockfall, CT
April 21 – Slide show / talk (Leafminers) at the Connecticut Entomological Society’s annual meeting, New Haven, CT
April 23 – Vernal pool walk for Nature All Year club in Amherst area, MA
August 25-27 – Slide show / talk and field trip at “On the Trail of E. Lucy Braun”, Shawnee State Park, OH (hosted by the Midwest Native Plant Society and the Cincinnati Wildflower Preservation Society)
November 3-5 – Nantucket Biodiversity Initiative biennial research conference
November 18 – Slide show / talk at Fall Meeting of the New England Entomological Society, Millers River Environmental Center, Athol, MA
February 11 – “Insects in Winter” program for Nature All Year club in Amherst, MA
July 29 – Week-long leafminer workshop at Eagle Hill Institute, ME