Date(s) - 09/13/2020
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Annett Nature Center
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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 11,2020. Space is limited. If you need to canel please call 515-961-6169 so someone else may attend.
Please arrive promptly so you don’t miss the instructions for tagging.
Covid 19 Guidelines
Due to Covid-19 WCCB has implemented some guidelines for the safety of participants and staff during this program.
-A face covering is required for anyone over 2 years of age for portions of this event when social distancing isn’t possible.
-Participants will be watching a short video with instructions on how to properly tag a monarch to assist with social distancing while presenting this program.
-There will be a strict one borrowed net per family. You are welcome to bring your own nets to use. All nets will be sanitized before and after the event.
-Please wait in line to see monarchs, caterpillars, and smaller items etc. while wearing your mask and practice social distancing. Please do not touch items on display. We cannot guarantee that others have not touched items on display.
– A hand sanitizing station will be provided.
This event is fully booked.