March 2015

Humboldt State University

Peter Haggard

The Garden as a Reservoir for Native Insects and Wildlife in an Urban Landscape

Pete Haggard got his BS in wildlife management at HSU and has worked as an agricultural inspector for California for over thirty years. During that time he has collected, photographed, and identified thousands of insects and maintained a database of hundreds of species of the Pacific Northwest.
Pete is the co-author (with his wife) of Insects of the Pacific Northwest.

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