Moths – Super Interesting Bird Food
August 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Presented by David Droppers to Camano Wildlife Habitat and the public via zoom
By providing a landscape for moths, namely their caterpillars, you’re setting the dinner plate for birds and their young. But the main course is intriguing in its own right! This presentation is for the beginning moth-er! What makes moths worthy of study? How many moths are there? How do moths do battle with their feathered predators? And how do I provide a landscape to stage such a show? We will introduce you to the world of moths and show you why they should matter to us.
David Droppers has been teaching courses on topics from birds to butterflies to trees to microorganisms for college biology courses and non-profit environmental groups. He has put his expertise to work for the National Park Service, US Forest Service, University of Washington, and Woodland Park Zoo, among others. He loves sharing his passion for the natural world with others. His enthusiasm is said to be contagious!
Register to Attend (free) After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link.