Speaker: Bill Hubick and Jim Brighton
The Maryland Biodiversity Project is an ambitious effort to catalog all the living things of Maryland. See marylandbiodiversity.com. The project has cataloged over 11,000 species in Maryland, including over 3,700 species with photographs, and featuring the work of more than 200 photographers and naturalists. The project's goals include promoting conservation, supporting nature education, and helping to build a large and vibrant Maryland nature study community.Their presentation will summarize the project's work and the critical importance of biodiversity.
Location: Kensington Library.
Directions: From the Washington Beltway (I-495)
Take Exit 33, Connecticut Avenue, north to the third signal after the Beltway. Turn left onto Knowles and go 2 1/2 blocks to the library on the right.
The meeting is open to the public.
Registration is not required.
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