Entomology in the High Desert

Sept - TBA - Learn more about the insects of sagebrush country and their importance to the ecosystem. This course will consist of a field trip to observe insects in the field, insect collecting demonstrations, and learning about insect anatomy and ecology in the classroom.

Matt Medeiros (http://www.mattjmedeiros.com/) has been coming to MFS as a student, employee, and biologist since 1995, and has taught Entomology at the high school and college level. He is also an active researcher at UNLV who studies the biodiversity, evolution, and conservation of insects in the Hawaiian Islands.

You will arrive on Tuesday afternoon, September ? and settle into E Dorm, meet and greet Matt and fellow learners. E Dorm is set up for cooking, the cafeteria will not be open.

September ?, first full day will be out in the field, September ?, second full day will be on station. You will depart on  morning of the ?.

The Field Station will be buzzing this time of year with our Members Meeting!

4 thoughts on “Entomology in the High Desert 2021

    1. Rose

      Hi Caitlin

      Covid has hindered us in having programs. I have though, got a list for Harry Fullers Fall birding trip that looks like we will be able to have. In order to make this work, everyone has to have been fully vaccinated and willing to share a dorm and van to travel. If I get more Entomology sign ups, I will most certainly contact you and try to move this forward! Thank you for your interest.

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  1. Jeanelly

    Hi

    My name is Jeanelly. I was excited to reach out to someone in a department involving biology and entomology- if you are not the correct person to reach out to regarding this matter, please correct me.

    I currently live in Henderson, Nevada and would love to know if you are interested or any other department may be interested in any of my 20 hatched-today Empusa Pennata praying mantids. They are beautiful creatures and I’d like to find them homes in research or to serious care takers.

    From my understanding these are rare to have in the states and I’d love to find them homes in research as I’m an avid mantis keeper.

    I hope you will consider or direct me to someone who may be interested.

    Jeanelly Moncada

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