This looks fun:
I get to see this every September when the 5th-graders from a local private school come out to tag monarchs. It’s fun, and sciency, too!
hell yeah! I always wanted to go catch butterflies as a kid, but no one else were interested ;-[
Sign me up!!!
Do any of these places offer host plants to participants? A nonprofit native garden I go to hands out native plants to everyone signed up for their events, and I thought what a genius idea that is.
The horticulture staf here sells them at our native plant sales in May and September.
Good old days! I used to do some butterfly hunting long time ago, but as I grew up I became more anti-butterfly hunter and discouraged anyone who did it just for fun!
What you don’t know is that to the left of these children there was a giant swarm of killer bees chasing them. RUN!
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