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The Monarch Butterfly ~ Conservation of a Beloved Insect


 The Monarch Butterfly ~ Conservation of a Beloved Insect


Katie-Lyn Bunney of the University of Minnesota Monarch Lab

April 14th, 2018 1:00pm

Whether you love monarchs, or merely have a passing interest, this program is for you! Discover more about their unique life cycle and migration, the issues threatening their population, and come away with knowledge of what you can do to help with the conservation of this charismatic and beloved butterfly.

Katie-Lyn Bunney has a degree in Environmental Sciences Policy and Management from the University of Minnesota. She has worked as an informal educator at the Bell Museum of Natural History, nature centers, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, Dakota County Parks, and Como Park Zoo and Conservatory where she was also the Camp Director. She served for four years on the board for the Minnesota Association for Environmental Education, a volunteer-run organization for promoting and advocating for environmental education in Minnesota.

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