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Migrating Monarchs Along the Jersey Shore.

  • 10/17/2015
  • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
  • The Wetlands Institute, 1075 Stone Harbor Blvd, Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
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Non-members or lapsed members have two options for this event. Continue as a non-member and pay the $10.00 registration fee, or join NJMEA ($20.00) and take advantage of the member registration fee and all membership privileges.
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Come learn about the amazing Monarch butterfly!

Fall is a great time to spot them feasting on seaside goldenrod along the Jersey coast, preparing for a long journey south. We will dive into the Monarch’s life cycle, biology, and conservation efforts in New Jersey and around the world. Plus, get tips on how you and your students can help!

Presentation is followed by a tagging demonstration (with participation) and butterfly release.

Presented by Kaitlin Gannon, President-Elect of NJMEA. Tagging materials supplied by the Monarch Monitoring Project.

Fee:  Members, $5.00; Non-members, lapsed members: $10.00

If you would like a copy of the power point used in this workshop, click here:

Monarch Butterfly Power Point

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