Entomologist Richard Cooper will lecture on bed bugs at Mid-Manhattan Library at 6:30 p.m. today.
Acquire the background on the resurgence of bed bugs in the United States over the past ten years, learn about the emotional, financial and legal impact associated with bed bug infestations, find out about the aspects of biology and behavior that make bed bugs one of the most challenging pests to eliminate, discover what is and is not effective in controlling bed bug infestations, the steps that you can take to protect yourself and what to do if you suspect that you have bed bugs.
This is a free event for a general audience but could be very useful to property managers and assorted bed bug-besieged parties…
There are so few educational opportunities in the city, I thought you’d want to know despite the very late notice.
Update: The room was full, the lecture naturally very useful and informative and, judging by the questions, very well-received.
No, unfortunately, posting will not resume. While I’m here, however, let me recommend if you haven’t seen it Richard Cooper’s (and colleagues’) recent article about bed bugs in offices (PDF).