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February 1 2015Potluck at 1pm followed by program about 2pm cancelled due to weather.

"Illustrating Botanical Beauty. Taking photographs that illustrate key identifying characteristics and also show how everything is beautiful"  Presented by Robert Smith, photographer and contributor to Michigan Flora on-line.

March 1 2015 Program at 2pm

The Nature Conservancy in Ohio’s Oak Openings Program: an overview of managing globally rare habitats in the Lakeplain oak openings region of NW Ohio and SE Michigan. Presented by Mike Losey of The Nature Conservancy.

April 12 2015 Program at 2pm

Singing Insects of Michigan. Presented by Susanne Greenlee of Oakland County Parks



Southeastern Chapter 2013 Winter Programs

Meet at the Visitor Center, Heritage Park, Farmington Hills, MI.  (Potluck at 1:00p.m. February meeting only.)  Programs at 2:00 p.m.



February 3

 Slideshow by Ray and Pat Coleman:  "World of butterflies and moths".  Photos of butterflies and moths from around the world will be shown, including many unusual caterpillar stages.  Some unusual facts will be revealed.  This program is designed to be eye appealing.  Come and Enjoy.   

   Potluck starts at 1:00 pm with the lecture starting 2:00 pm. 


March 3

"Heritage Park"  Join us to hear some of the natural history of Heritage Park presented by the Farmington Hills Nature Center staff.  2:00 pm.


April  7


"Fungus Fundamentals" 

Mary Fredricks, a member of the Royal Oak Nature Society and an enthusiastic fan of fungi,  will share basic information illustrated by photos taken in area woods.  She will explain how to make a spore print and give tips on photographing fungi to aid in identification.  2:00 pm.