Love them or hate them, come on down for some Halloween fun to learn about SPIDERS! All ages welcome!
Professor and Curator of the Arthropod Museum Emeritus from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces,
NM, David Richman, PhD has taught university classes in the identification of insects, general entomology, aquatic
insects, immature insects and arachnology. He ran the outreach program for the Department of Entomology,
Plant Pathology and Weed Science at NMSU to thousands of Pre-K-12 students every year. Dr. Richman is also
a co-author of Spiders of North America, soon to be in a 2nd edition.
Come on down for some Halloween fun! All ages welcome!
Edmonds Wildlife Habitat Native Plant Demonstration Garden is located at the Willow Creek Hatchery on the NW corner of Pine Street and Edmonds Way (Highway 104). Street parking is available on Pine Street. There are a few parking spaces down the driveway for those with limited mobility.
Questions? Email Garden@PilchuckAudubon.org or call (425) 771-8165.