Monarch Butterflies: Protecting a National Treasure
Monarch butterflies tell an amazing story about long-distance migration. Millions of these beautiful orange and black butterflies can be seen in late-fall and winter along the central California coast as they cluster in trees and shrubs.
Protecting this national resource has become a priority as numbers are declining due to a variety of threats.
This 30-minute talk will cover the biology and conservation of monarchs. Led by Jim Nechols, Refuge Volunteer and Entomologist.
Questions? Call: 408-262-5513 ext.104