Support the Bug Chicks!

The Bug Chicks (Kristie Reddick and Jessica Honaker) are two talented entomologists, currently involved in a great deal of public outreach. Their website has 50 educational videos and a blog. And now they are trying to raise money for something that I always dreamed of doing myself – a TV show about insects and other arthropods that live in the USA!

I’m glad they’re actually putting into action something that always seemed like a far off dream to me. They are working with the help of Project Noah and National Geographic, but need your help too. They have an Indiegogo campaign going and still have a lot of money left to raise. If you want to see a fun educational show about arthropods that live in your backyard (that you probably didn’t even know existed), please help them out.

Posted on August 9, 2013, in Invertebrates and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. What a GORGEOUS project!!! I would personally LOVE to see the show, even though I am far far away from the US. And as a future teacher, I would appreciate it very much šŸ™‚

  2. What a cool project they’re undertaking. I’m glad that you highlighted it.

  3. A TV show about bugs! Every kid in the country would watch that!

  4. Since they usurped your idea, they should use the real deal – YOU!

  5. Cool idea, out of box concept. I think this is gong to be a huge success. Wishing Kristie and Jessica best luck.
    Thumbs Up šŸ™‚

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