Everyone agrees that bees and butterflies are worth protecting. They pollinate flowers and crops and serve as cultural symbols of nature, health, and prosperity. But what about other insects; after all, what purpose could wasps possibly serve? Join award-winning author and scientist Chris Alice Kratzer for a presentation to learn the surprising truth about the world’s least popular beneficial insects!
You are invited to Washington Crossing Audubon Society’s Virtual Program Meeting on Monday January 16, 2023 at 8pm featuring a presentation by Chris Alice Kratzer entitled Why Wasps Matter. The program is free for all and you need not be a member to attend, but preregistration is required. Please sign up by clicking here, scrolling to the bottom, and pressing SUBMIT to register. All registrants will receive a link to the recording of the presentation when it is ready after the meeting, even if you are unable to attend on the night.
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Chris Alice Kratzer is an engineer, scientist, entrepreneur, and author. Her first book, The Social Wasps of North America – established Chris as one of the youngest field guide authors ever published. Her next book will be about cicadas.
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