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The iconic black and orange Monarch butterfly is one of North America’s most beloved animals. During spring and summer, monarchs breed throughout the United States and southern Canada. As fall approaches, hundreds of millions from across the continent travel to overwintering sites in Mexico and California to escape freezing temperatures, with some flying up to 3,000 miles!

Learn more about this amazing insect, its unprecedented migration and how you can help sustain monarch populations by providing critical resources right in your own yard.

Sunday, October 8 session

  • Fee: FREE (no registration required)
  • Location: Florida Museum, Front Classroom

Organizer

Name: Florida Museum, Workshops & Classes

Phone: 352-273-2061

Venue

Florida Museum of Natural History

3215 Hull Road
Gainesville, FL 32611

Phone: 352-846-2000

Website: www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/visit

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