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The Importance of Insect Conservation

Georges Brossard, a self-taught entomologist, writer, and advocate baseed in Quebec. Brossard

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Speaker: Georges Brossard is a self-taught entomologist, writer, and advocate based in Quebec. He was the Founding Director of the Montréal Insectarium, Host of The Bug Man on the Discovery Channel, and a contributor to National Geographic.

M. Brossard will speak on: The Importance of Insect Conservation


Reception for TEA members to follow.

This lecture is made possible by the generous support of Quimby Hess’s children, Robert Hess and Jane Hess. Quimby was a member of the TEA for over 40 years.

Presented by the Toronto Entomologists' Association.




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