Monarch Watch: Tagging, Pollinator Hike and Seed Bomb Craft

Monarch tagging is community science at its best! The purpose of the tagging is to associate the location of capture with the point of recovery for each butterfly. The data from these recaptures helps to determine the pathways taken by migrating monarchs, the influence of weather on the migration, and the survival rate of the monarchs. Learn how to capture, hold, and tag these fragile beings and then create milkweed seed bombs to help create new habitat for them. There will be a short hike identifying flowers for our pollinators.  There will be a recovery meeting at this event.

Bring water and snacks to fuel your body.

Leave No Trace: Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

Please call or text our Director of Peer Support, Per Hagen, at 215.380.3341 if you need more information.

 

Date

Sep 18 2021

Time

9:45 am - 12:30 pm

Location

Dorothy Rider Pool Wildlife Sanctuary
3701 Orchid Place, Emmaus, PA 18049

Organizer

Sync Recovery Community
Phone
2158923658
Email
syncrecovery@gmail.com

Other Organizers

Wildlands Conservancy
Phone
610.965.4397
Email
dmotel@wildlandspa.org