Joint Meeting of the Entomological Societies of Canada and Manitoba. Located at the Fairmont Winnipeg Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba from 22-25 of October 2017 Paper submission deadline is 31 July 2017! Early registration deadline is 11 September 2017!
Boreus, the ESBC Newsletter, will be published at the end of June 2017! We encourage entries of photos, reports, any entomological news, obituaries of entomologists, and anything else of an entomological nature to be submitted to email@example.com. Submissions are welcome until 15 June
A new book has been published by the Biological Survey of Canada (BSC) namely, “A Handbook to the Ticks of Canada” by Lindquist et al. See flier for more details. Ticks are an important part of Canadian biodiversity and are also of significant
Spencer Entomology Collection louse and flea photographs! The ESBC is pleased to announce the completion of a project we helped fund: the digital photographic archiving of a collection of slide-mounted material at risk of degradation and loss. This is the
We are pleased to announce this year’s H. R. MacCarthy Pest Management lecture. The speaker will be: Dr. George Heimpel, Department of Entomology, University of Minnesota And the title: Biological control as a conservation science: advances from the
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The Entomological Society of British Columbia, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and the British Columbia Ministry of Environment invite you to a symposium on the science and stewardship of pollinators.
Nominations for the Entomological Society of Canada Awards are now open! Please find attached the call for nominations for ESC Awards from the Chair of the Awards Committee. The deadline for submissions is 28 February, 2017 – see award details here.
The latest issue of our newsletter, Boreus, is now available! >> Boreus 36(2) Check out past issues at http://entsocbc.ca/publications/boreus-newsletter/
A new website launched recently aimed at informing the residents of the Okanagan Valley about Rhagoletis pomonella, an invasive Tephritid fruit fly also known as apple maggot. The website, called the ‘Apple maggot Prevention Project using Landscape Ecology’, or A.P.P.L.E.