Insect Photography Workshop- June 28th

For those of you accessible to central Illinois, I will be hosting a free insect photography workshop next Sunday at the University of Illinois Pollinatarium.  The workshop is offered in celebration of the 3rd annual National Pollinator Week. Details are as follows:

Insect Photography Workshop

Free to the public

2:00 pm, June 28th, 2009

at the University of Illinois Pollinatarium (map)

Bring your camera, as this is a participatory event!

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Didn't we already have something like Pollinator Week back in February or March?

By MrILoveTheAnts (not verified) on 22 Jun 2009 #permalink

Alex:

Do you often give insect photography workshops? I would like to drive over to take one of these if I knew long enough ahead of time. I am sure it will be a great time!

By Henry W. Robison (not verified) on 28 Jun 2009 #permalink