February 25th at 2PM: The Monarch – an amazing butterfly story. Free admission.
The Monarch Butterfly is the only insect in the world known to make an annual migration of more than 4,000 kilometers – from Southern Canada to tiny wintering area high in the mountains of Central Mexico. The Monarchs are in big trouble; their numbers have declined in recent years.
Join Jim Wilson for a talk that includes wonderful to help understand the monarch’s life cycle and challenges, and explains how each of us can do our part to save this beautiful and amazing insect. (in English) The Monarch Butterfly is the only insect in the world that migre every year on more than 4 kilometres – from Southern Canada to a tiny area in the mountains of the centre of Mexico. However, monarchs are exposed to major problems and their population has fallen sharply in recent years. Jim Wilson invites you to attend a lecture where you will be exposed to great photos. You can thus better understand the life cycle and the challenges of the monarch and learn more about how to do its part to save this beautiful and amazing insect.
In Case of bad weather: POSTPONED TO 1 March at 19 pm.