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Noel J. Cutright Bird Club – Insects & Other Creepy Crawlies
January 2, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Kate Redmond is back to use her amazing interpretive and photographic skills to present “Insects and Other Creepy Crawlies.” Her pithy blurb: “Insects are everywhere and they do everything. Find out about the lifestyles and the superpowers of these beautiful and complex animals.” Kate is a local interpretive naturalist/environmental educator. She is excited about photography, wetlands, prairies, photography, writing, insects (especially dragonflies), carnivorous plants, native orchids and photography. She serves on the board if of the Western Great Lakes Bird and Bat Observatory (founded by her late husband, Dr. Noel Cutright) was a founding board member for Friends of the Cedarburg Bog, wrote the online field guide to the Mequon Nature Preserve, is Riveredge’s Sturgeon Paparazza and, as the BugLady, has written more than 475 essays about local insects and other invertebrates. Her mission statement: “Less stepping on bugs.” She hopes that people will be wowed by the beauty and intricacy of insects. An unrepentant bug-hugger, she’s happiest when she’s taking pictures, preferably in a wetland, preferably of a dragonfly.
The bird club meets the first Tuesday of every month. It brings together those who enjoy observing and learning more about birds and sharing these interests with others. All activities are free & open to the public. Attend a meeting or field trip to become a member and receive the electronic bimonthly newsletter.