Winterized Insects: Lessons in Coping with the Cold

Event Date: February 03, 2015

Nature in the City: A six-part series of illustrated talks on nature within the City of London

Insulation, hibernation, antifreeze and southward travel are all aids in surviving winter’s wrath. But how do insects cope with frigid weather? Brent Sinclair of Western University’s Biology Department explains the ingenious approaches employed by six-legged critters to make it through our coldest season.

Tuesday February 3, 7-8:30pm

Central Library, Wolf Performance Hall, 251 Dundas St.

Families are welcome! (with children 10 and up)

Free Admission!

2 hours free validated parking in Citi Plaza during Library hours

Co-sponsored by Nature London and London Public Library