Stuart McCausland - The Importance of Keystone Native Plants

Virtual Presentation 2-28-2021


Stuart McCausland has a long association with Nature in Tidewater, Virginia. With his father, he trapped nutria in Back Bay. Vocationally he was the first­ever biologist with the Virginia Mosquito Control Commissions, entomologist with the Virginia Department of Health, and high school biology, oceanography and physics teacher Since being retired, Stuart has become a Master Naturalist, a pollination researcher at Norfolk Botanical Garden, an entomology participant in bioblitzes, and a program speaker for the Northwest River Park 4­H, the Virginia Aquarium and the Tidewater Master Naturalists. He is currently an advisor for the Tidewater Junior Master Naturalists and is planning a Pollination workshop for the Old Donation School for the Gifted and Talented. Through all of this he has ardently pursued his hobby of wildlife photography.

Please enjoy this one hour and twenty four minute presentation and Q&A session presented by Mr. McCausland to the Butterfly Society of Virginia on Feb 28, 2021. This video also includes presentations by BSV members Jeremy Roberts, Steve & Karen McCurdy and Maurice Cullen.

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