The Monarch Migration and Local Pollinators

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Event Date

September 16, 2017, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM



Program Information

Location: BRIT Campus. Additional classes and workshops will meet at the Fort Worth Nature Center, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, and at other locations around the western metroplex at different times during the month.

Cost: All TERM classes are $5 for BRIT members and $10 for the public.

Who should attend: College students and upper level high school students with an interest in careers in field science, early career field scientists, naturalists, formal/informal science educators.

Point of Contact

Laura Northern Venhaus

Director of the Libraries and Research Public Engagement

Monarch butterflies travel through our area on their way to the overwintering habitat in Mexico.  Learn about this great migration and how you can become involved in citizen science activities to advance our knowledge of this awesome journey. Understand what role fall flowers play in supporting monarch flight. Discover the pollinators who share butterflies’ floral needs when summer is closing, and what they do to prepare for winter. 

Instructor: Gail Manning, Entomologist and Education Team Leader, Fort Worth Botanic Garden

$10 ($5 for members) 

Please note: This class is SOLD OUT.

About TERM

Welcome to TERM (Techniques for Ecological Research and Management), a joint education outreach program presented by the Fort Worth Nature Center, the Botanical Research Institue of Texas, and the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.

TERM, which grew out of an identified gap in hands-on, experience-based education in the fields of plant and wildlife science, conservation, sustainability, and ecology, offers carefully designed field investigations, workshops, and classes which will enhance TERM participants' classroom education and offer an opportunity to assemble a unique set of skills. Additionally, TERM will allow participants to interact and network with professionals and students in their field of interest.