Experts at UD

Douglas Tallamy

Entomology & Wildlife Ecology

Phone: (302) 831-1304

Email: dtallamy@udel.edu

Office: 250B Townsend Hall

Journalists: Andrea Boyle Tippett (UD Media Relations) can assist with interview requests for this expert. 302-831-1421, aboyle@udel.edu

Web Site:
http://www.BringingNatureHome.net

Titles:
Chairperson, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology
Professor, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology
Professor, Biological Sciences

In The News:
Songbird lessons take DC 3rd graders from local trees to Central America (Bay Journal)
Op-ed: The Ups and Downs of the Bradford Pear (The New York Times)
How to save nature, one backyard at a time (Mother Nature Network)
This LED bulb also houses a bug zapper, but will it work on mosquitoes? (Yahoo News)
Unusually warm temps bring bugs out in winter (WDDE-FM)
Gardening trends for 2016 focus on eco-sensitive ways to save water and pets (The Seattle Times Online)
The Chickadee?s Guide to Gardening (The New York Times)
Save the pollinators? It's not as simple as "plant native plants" (The Patriot-News Online)
Plants aren't just for decoration: Use them to improve soil, attract wildlife (The Windsor Star Online)

UDaily Articles:
UD partnership with Mt. Cuba aims to make 'eco-friendly' a selling point for modern gardeners
UD professor, graduate look at effects of non-native plants on herbivores
UD professors honored for work on sustainable landscape project
UD researchers track fall migratory patterns of insects
New book promotes plant functionality as priority in landscapes
Tallamy urges ecofriendly management of natural habitats
Tallamy to deliver UDLA Annual Faculty Lecture March 10
Prof's new book focuses on critical role of native plants
BBC films UD entomologist's research

Keywords:
biological sciences, entomology, wildlife ecology