Annual Meeting of the Colorado Biological Society
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COLORADO BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY
The members and friends of the Colorado Biological Society listened to a very interesting program, at the Annual Meeting of the Society which was held Wednesday evening, January 8, 1907, in the rooms of the Colorado Scientific Society, Chamber of Commerce Building, Denver.
The first address of the evening was given by Mr. L. J. Hersey, the prominent naturalist and sportsman, his subject being "Birds"· His talk which covered the structure, habits, classification aud distribution of bird-life was illustrated by many stereopticon views of birds and their nests and eggs.
The second address of the evening was given by Prof. C. P. Gillette of the State Agricultural College of Fort Collins. Prof. Gillette who is the leading entomologist of the state chose for his subject "Plant Lice", and the narration of the life history, food habits, peculiarities and economic features of these tiny creatures proved intensely interesting.
At the conclusion of the program an hour was devoted to informal discussions after which the meeting adjourned.