Discovering Magical Monarch Butterflies

Monarch butterflies are among the most iconic and fascinating insects on Earth.
Course Number 242120
$30.00
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Monarch butterflies are among the most iconic and fascinating insects on Earth. Famous for their 3,000-mile annual migration, monarchs are also pollinators and contribute to the health of ecological systems in nature. Their colorful orange wings, decorated in black and white outlines, have captured the imagination of children and adults throughout history.

Join Talesnick, a career educator and monarch aficionado, as she shares her expertise regarding the care and protection of these beautiful creatures. Become knowledgeable about:

  1. Monarch butterflies’ life cycle and migration patterns
  2. Raising monarchs in your own home, garden, or balcony
  3. How monarchs are symbolized in different cultures

Marvel at the amazing opportunity to see monarch eggs and chrysalis during all four stages of the caterpillar’s development.

Find out how you can be a friend to nature by offering a healthy habitat to support the mighty monarch.

Course 242120 | Live
Date Saturday, July 13
Time 2:00 - 3:30 PM CT
Cost $35/30 payment 10 days in advance