Saturday, June 28, 2014


Hey All,

We'll be at the NY Hall of Science today with a fancy new Ulster observation hive. If you have any kids, or haven't killed off your own sense of wonder with carefully sculpted New York City cynicism, come on out and eat a cricket or something. Here's their blurb:
Celebrate bugs with entomologists and bee keepers at this one-day event. Activities include bug eating, hissing cockroaches from NYSCI and the New York City Entomological Society, a local beekeeper with honey, a lady bug release, carnivorous plant workshops, the BioBus and much more. Free with NYSCI admission.

It's happening at the NY Hall of Science today between Noon and 4 PM!

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Brower Park Butterfly Garden

Hi All,

We'll have our observation hive out in Brower Park today to celebrate the creation of a new "Pollinator Garden"! Come out any time today between 11-4 to see the bees, some Monarch caterpillars, and possibly snag some kettle corn (while it lasts.) If you want, you can even get your hands dirty, planting some tasty, tasty flowers!