Date(s) - 09/12/2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Annett Nature Center
Come discover more about monarch butterflies, their unusual lifestyle and life cycle and their miraculous migration to Mexico. A Warren County Conservation Naturalist will teach you how to catch and handle a monarch, determine gender, and properly tag them in the wild as part of a national research project. All monarchs will be released after they are tagged. Bring a butterfly net if you have one, or share a park net if you don’t. There is a limited number of nets available for use. Fun for the whole family! Please register by September 10, 2021. Space is limited. If you need to cancel please call 515-961-6169 so someone else may attend.
Please arrive promptly so you don’t miss the instructions for tagging.
This event is fully booked.