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Maine Insects: Ecology & Conservation

**Due to unforeseen circumstances, our previously announced Lyceum speaker is unable to attend. In his place, Dr. Philip deMaynadier of the Maine Department of Inland Fish & Wildlife will be giving a talk entitled: “Maine’s Rare and Endangered Invertebrates: Conserving the Little Things that Matter”, tonight Thursday, March 14.

See you at 7 pm at the Ladd Center in Wayne!**

Our 17th Annual Lyceum Lecture Series starts on Thursday, March 14, at 7 p.m. Hamish Grieg, of the University of Maine, will speak on Maine Aquatic Insects: Ecology, Habitats, & Conservation.

On Thursday, March 21, Charlene Donahue, president of the Maine Entomological Society, will speak on Terrestrial Insects: Conservation, Ecology, & Threats.

On Thursday March 28, Roger Mittmaster, Maine Master Naturalist, will speak on Interactions Among Plants & Insects- The Complex Web They Weave.

All lectures start at 7 p.m. and are located at the Ladd Recreation Center in Wayne, Maine.

KLT's annual Lyceum is supported by Lincoln and Gloria Ladd and sponsored by the Maine Entomological Society.

Photo: Baltimore checkerspot on turtlehead. Roger Rittmaster.