IPMWG 2018, update from the UK Liaison

Dear fellow IPM nerds, geniuses & friends, I would like to remind you all that the UK equivalent to the IPMWG meeting:  the Odyssey Group’s meeting, will take place this year at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History on July 4th. Should ...

Dealing With An Active Infestation

HELP!  What do I do if I have an active infestation? Structures If you have structural related pests or issues, we suggest immediately seeking a professional opinion. For object-based and internal issues, see below. Collections First Steps It cannot be stressed enough...

IPM Working Group Meeting 2018 PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT

March 14 – 16, 2018 Sponsored by Harvard University Herbaria, the Museum of Comparative Zoology, and the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology The host for this year’s meeting are three of Harvard University’s museums – Harvard University Herbaria, Museum...

Solutions for Vertebrate Pests

This page provides guidance for managing vertebrate pests, including: BatsBirdsMice and RatsOpossumsRaccoonsSkunks SquirrelsWoodchucks Bats General Information Bats, while extremely ecologically beneficial (they are insectivorous, important pollinators, and are a food...

IPM Working Group Meeting 2017 PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT

Sponsored by Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library March 15 – 17, 2017 This year’s host institution, Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, is fairly new to the fold of the Integrated Pest Management Working Group (IPM-WG).  We are grateful for their willingness...
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