Doug Tallamy is Coming To Buffalo


Author of the award-winning book, Bringing Nature Home, Doug Tallamy is presenting “Rebuilding Nature’s Relationships at Home” Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at UB Center for the Arts. It is being sponsored by the Western New York Land Conservancy, founded in 1991.


The Western New York Land Conservancy a private, non profit land trust dedicated to preserving our region’s irreplaceable natural environments, working farmland, forest lands and open space in order to maintain wildlife habitat, economic resources, public recreation areas and the unique scenic character of Western New York.”


You may be familiar with them as I have posted on one of their premier preservation projects, Stella Niagara Preserve.

I attended the Opening this past year when the Eastern Monarch Butterfly Farm released Monarch Butterflies.



I have seen this famous author twice before and he is an educator not to be missed. On May 10, 2016 he will be at the University of Buffalo, my alma mater.

Monarch on Joe Pye Weed

Monarch on Joe Pye Weed


Here is the information supplied by the WNY Land Conservancy.

Our friends at the Western New York Land Conservancy invite you to hear Doug Tallamy present about “Rebuilding Nature’s Relationships at Home” on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at the UB Center for the Arts, beginning with a reception at 6pm and the presentation at 7pm.

Doug Tallamy is the famed author of the award-winning book, *Bringing Nature Home*. His work has sparked a national conversation about using native plants in our gardens and landscapes to reverse the loss of wildlife and to make our communities healthier. Don’t miss this opportunity to see him in person!

Tickets are $20 per person. Purchase your tickets in advance at the UB Center for the Arts Box Office or online at **

This event was made possible by the following cosponsors: Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper, East Aurora Garden Club, Eastern Monarch Butterfly Farm, Ecology & Environment, Grassroots Gardens, Joy Kuebler Landscape Architect PC, The Knoer Group, Lessons from Nature Garden Consulting, Nature Sanctuary Society of WNY, Paul Fuhrmann, Sierra Club Niagara Group, Wild Birds Unlimited, and WNY Environmental Alliance.


I hope many of you can support this event.


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11 Responses to Doug Tallamy is Coming To Buffalo

  1. Melissa Belt says:

    Just attended a plant swap this morning in Huntsville, AL where a Master Gardener shared his book with us. She was discussing the importance of using native hydrangeas. Can’t wait to get his book!

  2. His message, research, and wisdom are appreciated. I heard him speak a couple of years ago–he’s a great presenter and offers thought-provoking information.

  3. aussiebirder says:

    Amazing Macros Donna!

  4. His talks are always informative and eye opening. Twice I’ve heard him speak and it was fascinating. He is so passionate about his subject and walks the talk. It all comes from the heart. I hope you have a wonderful turnout!

  5. Susan Loughran says:

    What kind of bugs are those that are eating the milkweed leaf?

  6. Thank you so much for sharing the event, Donna! Your article is beautiful!

  7. A.M.B. says:

    That sounds like an interesting book and a fascinating event.

  8. I would love to be there. Also I’d be interested in your thoughts on Tallamy’s arguments.

  9. Indie says:

    Sounds like such a great talk! I’m familiar with his book and would love to hear a talk by him! Such a great message.

  10. Doug Tallamy is a fabulous speaker, what an opportunity and you are so wonderful to promote it.

  11. Brian Comeau says:

    I’d love to be there but the commute is a bit too much. ☺ Sounds like it would be a fabulous event.

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