Amateur Entomologists' Society - highlights of 2009

Published: 31 December 2009

2009 was a very important and busy year for the Amateur Entomologists' Society (AES). As we reach the end of 2009 we've picked some selected highlights from the past year:

In addition to the highlights already mentioned the Amateur Entomologists' Society published six issues each of the Entomologist's Record, The Bulletin and the Bug Club Magazine (now a joint publication with the Royal Entomological Society) and three issues of Invertebrate Conservations News. Between them, our periodicals contained several hundred articles covering a huge range of topics and providing a wealth of information on insects and other invertebrates.

The AES also ran or attended 19 events during 2009 and so there was plenty of opportunity for members to get together.

The Amateur Entomologists' Society celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2010 and we'll be building on the achievements of 2009 to offer even more to our members in our anniversary year. So, as 2009 draws to a close and with an exciting year ahead, it's time for members to renew their membership and, if you're not a member already, there's never been a better time to join the Amateur Entomologists' Society.

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