In celebration of the return of the monarch butterflies, the Parks and Recreation Department hosts its annual Monarch March event on Saturday, March 25, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Gary Halter Nature Center. The free, family-friendly, come-and-go event features educational booths, games, and handy tips for creating a home waystation or butterfly garden. Continue reading Celebrate the monarch’s incredible spring migration on March 25 at the Halter Nature Center
In this episode of “What’s Up, College Station?” Marketing Coordinator Grace Hallowell and Recreation Supervisor Laurie Brown discuss Monarch March, Seniors Night Out, and other events at the Gary Halter Nature Center this month. Continue reading What’s Up? Video: Brown discusses Monarch March and other nature center events this month
The offspring of monarchs that overwintered in Mexico will soon kickstart their multi-generational journey to the northern United States and Canada. The Lick Creek Nature Center celebrates the spring migration with a Monarch March on Sunday from 1-4 p.m. The family-friendly event is free. Continue reading Celebrate the monarch butterfly’s spring migration Sunday at the Lick Creek Nature Center
To celebrate the spring return of the beautiful monarch butterfly, the Parks and Recreation Department hosts its annual Monarch March event on Sunday, March 22, at Lick Creek Nature Center. The free event will be from 1-4 p.m. Continue reading Celebrate the monarch’s spring migration March 22
To commemorate the annual spring monarch migration, the College Station Parks & Recreation Department will host Monarch March on Sunday from 1-4 p.m. at Lick Creek Nature Center. Admission is free. The day will be full of interactive and educational activities with the help of community organizations such as Brazos County Master Gardeners, Brazos Valley Master Naturalists, Texas A&M Entomology Department, A&M Garden Club, and Butterflies in the Brazos. Continue reading Sunday’s Monarch March marks spring migration
As spring approaches, monarch butterflies are preparing to make their annual 2,500-mile journey back to their homeland in the north. Among their stops along the way will be the Brazos Valley. To commemorate the iconic black and orange butterflies’ return to Aggieland, the College Station Parks & Recreation Department’s Monarch March event from 1-4 p.m. on Sunday at Lick Creek Park Nature Center offers a variety of interactive educational activities. Continue reading Sunday’s Monarch March marks annual migration
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