Monarch Tagging Workshop
Sat., Aug. 21 | South Bruce Peninsula

Monarch Tagging Workshop

OSFN event with Audrey Armstrong

Time & Location

Aug. 21, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
South Bruce Peninsula, Isaac Lake, South Bruce Peninsula, ON N0H 2T0, Canada

About the Event

How is it that Monarch butterflies migrate 4,000 km to a place they’ve  never been before? Why do we still need Citizen Scientists to assist in a  North American monarch tagging initiative? How can they fly with a  tiny “license plate” stuck to one wing? And how can you help monarchs in  our Grey/Bruce area?  These questions and your questions will be  addressed in the afternoon tagging workshop. We hope to net and tag  monarchs to send off to Mexico, so wear your running shoes and  bring your insect nets (some will be provided).   RAIN DATE:  Sunday, August 22 Other Information:  This is a family friendly event.  Numbers to be determined by COVID regulations. Register:  Audrey Armstrong - sweetwateraudrey@gmail.com  Once you register, further details will be sent to you.