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UC Davis Insect Collection Kit Attracts Martha Stewart

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The editors of the Martha Stewart Living list an insect collecting kit as one of the top three "gifts for the naturalist."

| December 10, 2010

Davis, Calif. — "Happy Holidays!" and "Season's Greetings!" mean "Happy Bug Collecting!" at the Bohart Museum of Entomology, UC Davis.

Just ask Martha Stewart.

The editors of the Martha Stewart Living list an insect collecting kit available at the Bohart as one of the top three "gifts for the naturalist."

"It is great that Martha Stewart Living has recognized some of the cool insect-themed gifts we have at the Bohart Museum," said Tabatha Yang, education and outreach coordinator at the Bohart.

"A complete insect collecting kit makes a great gift for budding entomologists, whatever their age," Yang said. "No assembly required. The recipient just needs to get outside and start exploring nature."

To read the complete article, click here http://www.dailydemocrat.com/news/ci_16806005.

To see the Martha Stewart article, click here: http://thefamilyroom.marthastewart.com/2010/11/22/for-the-naturalist/

 

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