Join us for this informative, non-partisan meeting,
our “Earth Day in May” celebration.
On Monday, 5/16 at 7 pm via Zoom we will learn about pollinators.
Join us for a whirlwind tour of pollinators, especially our beautiful native bees and butterflies, and how to create habitat for them, even in our own backyards. The talk will also feature the amazing monarch butterfly migration.
David Moskowitz says that he’s been fortunate to visit the wintering colonies four times in the mountains of Mexico. The talk will be part travelogue, part natural wonder, and how our pollinator habitats are important to sustaining the migration. The presentation features my photos, spotlighting the beauty of our pollinators.
I have a PhD in Entomology from Rutgers and I am a Principal in EcolSciences where I’ve spent my entire career. I’ve published widely on natural history topics and many of my photos have been in magazines and journals.
I co-founded the global project – National Moth Week, one of the largest Citizen Science programs in the world. I’ve had a truly life-long interest in insects and nature and as Lady Gaga sang “I was born this way”.— David Moskowitz, Ph.D
David Moskowitz, Ph.D, is a co-founder and President of the Friends and Chair of the East Brunswick Environmental Commission. Professionally, he is an ecologist and Senior Vice President with EcolSciences, Inc. an environmental consulting firm in Rockaway, New Jersey. He has been with the company for the past 34 years and specializes in wetland and wildlife studies, remediation of contaminated sites and environmental regulatory compliance. Dave Moskowitz has a Bachelors degree in Environmental Studies from George Washington University, a Masters degree in Environmental Policy Studies from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, and a Ph.D from Rutgers University in Entomology. Dave has published widely on nature topics. Dave lives in East Brunswick and is happy to have stumbled upon a profession that allows him to wander swamps and fields and woods looking for butterflies, dragonflies, birds, salamanders and all other kinds of similar creatures.
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