Biology News
Learn about the ecology and botany of Tejon Ranch at Sierra Club program - Redlands Daily Facts

Redlands Daily Facts
Botanist Nick Jensen will present “Tejon Ranch: A Biological Treasure” when the San Gorgonio Chapter of the Sierra Club meets 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6, at the San Bernardino County Museum, 2024 Orange Tree Lane, Redlands. Jensen, who recently received ...

'Gardening for Biodiversity' talk, Feb. 27 - Courier-Gazette & Camden Herald

Courier-Gazette & Camden Herald
Camden — “Gardening for Biodiversity” is the topic of the final presentation of Camden Garden Club's 2018 Winter Horticulture Series at Camden Public Library on Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 10 a.m. The talk is free and open to the public. Marjorie Peronto, a ...

'Two teams, one dream': Three club water polo teammates prepare to dance in THON 2018 - The Daily Collegian Online

The Daily Collegian Online
From left, club water polo's THON dancers, Emily Argentati (junior-finance), Robert Terchek III (senior-biochemistry) and Caroline Layden (senior-hospitality mangement) toss a water polo ball in front of Old Main on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018. Erin O ...

Philadelphia Botanical Club

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - United States

The Philadelphia Botanical Club, founded in 1891, is dedicated to increasing knowledge and appreciation of the botany of the Philadelphia region and beyond.
Botanical Club Activities

Meetings featuring talks by botanical experts. Meetings are held monthly from September through May.
Field trips to wild areas and gardens in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware and occasionally farther afield. Field trips have two purposes: to record the plant species at the field trip site and to increase participants' knowledge of plants.
Workshops on botanical topics, such as fern identification and grass identification.
Bartonia, a journal of botany, which we publish annually. Bartonia was named for William P. C. Barton, author of the first local flora of Philadelphia (1818).
The Bayard Long Award for Botanical Research, given to students conducting research on plant species of the Philadelphia region.
Supporting botanical research and care of the herbarium at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia.

Kennel Club of Philadelphia Dog Shows
United States

Home of the oldest benched shows in the U.S. and host to the National Dog Show Presented by Purina.

Philadelphia Zoo
United States

1800 animals. America's first zoo. General information, program and event summary, a complete list of animals with photos, descriptions, videos and webcams, and information on sponsorship.

Philadelphia Herpetological Society
United States

Runs nature preserves in southern New Jersey for threatened and endangered herpetofauna. Member data and links.

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
United States
United States

Offers local meetings and adoption information.

Bonaparte's Gull (Larus philadelphia)

Offers a description of the adult, juvenile, and nestling of this species. Includes a photo and a range map.

United States

Hosts an annual show each September at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square. Includes show rules, member information, and links.

United States

Personal site with miscellaneous botanical content, including photos, educational information about botany, medicinal and poisonous plants, and gardening. In English and Spanish. Mistletoe
United States

Features mistletoe description, history, medicinal uses, and constituents.

Missouri Botanical Garden
United States

Located on a 79 acre site in St. Louis, the Missouri Botanical Garden is world-renowned for its fundamental botanical research, horticultural display and education programs.