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Managing for Monarchs 7/17/19

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Managing for Monarchs, July 17, 2019 at Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center

Kelly Price, Brattleboro local game warden and amateur entomologist, will discuss the migration and life cycle of our beautiful monarch butterfly. We will discuss how to manage your property for these and other Lepidoperta (butterflies and moths).  Please be sure to dress appropriate for weather and ticks.

Kelly became interested in entomology at a very young age when he worked at a biological supply company in the town where he grew up. He has often traveled to Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama and Ecuador to help study insects.  He is currently working on a natural history and species distribution project with David Hawks who is a renown entomologist who retired from UC Riverside.

This program is co-sponsored by the Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center and the Dummerston Conservation Commission.

This unique educational program, filmed in the field using handheld camera techniques, offers the viewer a true "you are there" perspective.

Production Date: 
Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - 14:00

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