The M & Ms of The Monarch Butterfly -- Suzy Will
This is an introduction to the MIGRATION, METAMORPHOSIS, MILKWEED, and MATING of the Monarch Butterfly. Why are they in Pismo Beach? What makes their life cycle so unusual? How can the wildflower called "milkweed" be the solution to dwindling butterfly populations? Is it really Valentine's Day in the grove ? More than curiosity, this program will enable you to join us in educating the public about this amazing insect.
Suzy Will grew up in San Diego county. Her family moved to Morro Bay to attend Cal Poly. She lived for 10 years on the PG&E Buchon Trail. Suzy's interests in biology began here! She taught school in San Luis Obispo for 25 years, then retired and became a State Park volunteer docent in the Pismo Beach State Park Monarch Butterfly Overwintering Site .Suzy also volunteers with 3rd grade Chumash Education. She is a past grove coordinator, a frequent talker at the grove and loves going into 2nd grade classrooms.
Friday, January 6 2017, 10:00am- 11:30am Butterfly Preserve, Pismo Beach
If you would like to have the password for the member price for this course, go to www.lifelearnerscc.org for information on how you can become a member.
Pismo Beach Butterfly Preserve (View)
North Beach Campground
Pismo Beach, CA 93433