Managing the Landscape for Monarch Butterflies and other Pollinators

  • October 8, 2016
2591 Whitehall Neck Rd.
Smyrna, DE 19977
Contact: (302) 653-9345
Admission: $4.00/car or each motorcycle $2.00/bike $2.00/hike. Anyone Under 16 years old - free

Join Jim White, from the Delaware Nature Society, as he discusses the many ways that we can help maintain Monarch and other pollinator populations in our yard and natural areas.
In recent years many of our most familiar insects such as the Monarch Butterfly have suffered population declines due to human caused changes to the landscape. Modern large scale agricultural practices and residential and commercial development often drastically reduce the diversity of plants that these insects need to survive. In addition, the overuse of pesticides can also negatively affect our native insects. However it is not too late to stop or even reverse this trend. The program will be in the auditorium with a short walk in the meadow after the talk.

Managing the Landscape for Monarch Butterflies and other Pollinators
Managing the Landscape for Monarch Butterflies and other Pollinators
  • 2591 Whitehall Neck Rd.
  • Smyrna, DE 19977
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Join Jim White, from the Delaware Nature Society, as he discusses the many ways that we can help maintain Monarch and other pollinator populations in our yard and natural areas.
In recent years many of