Magic of Monarchs June 13

Magic of Monarchs ― Sunday, June 13, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Broadlands Community Center. Registration Required. Join the Loidon Wildlife Conservancy for a discussion of Monarch butterflies, their lifecycle and their amazing migration! In February 2009, Nicole Hamilton traveled to the mountains of Mexico to visit the Monarch butterfly overwintering sites. What she saw in these mountain respites was phenomenal. Through video, sound and photos, she will share this experience with you, talk about the great Monarch migration, their lifecycles and their habitats, both here and in Mexico, and provide information on how you can create a Monarch Waystation in your backyard and be part of this amazing phenomena. Handouts will be available and there will be door prizes. The Broadlands Community Center is located at 43008 Waxpool Rd, Broadlands. Free family program but please Sign Up Online. Questions: contact Nicole Hamilton at nhamilton@loudounwildlife.org.

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