Monarch Biology, Ecology & Research
Oct 12, 2012
Come learn from the top monarch educators in Texas as they explore the fascinating biology, ecology and behavior of monarch butterflies. Examine live specimens as you study the monarch's lifecycle from egg to larvae, to chrysallis, to butterfly. Follow multiple generations as they embark on a fantastic annual migration from Mexico to the farthest reaches of North America. Learn about the predators and threats to monarch habitats that threaten the existence of this unique and wonderful butterfly. Get up to date on the latest monarch research and realize how you too can contribute to scientific research and monarch conservation.
Presenters: Mary Kennedy, Kip Kiphart, Cathy Downs
Tuition: Free, but suggested donation is $16.00.
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: CNC Auditorium