Summer Science: Enjoying New Jersey’s Butterflies
Most people can name the Monarch butterfly, and some even know that the “big yellow one” is a Tiger Swallowtail. But did you know that New Jersey is home to about 125 different kinds of butterflies? Join Sharon Wander of the North American Butterfly Association to discover more about our winged beauties – from the tiny, golden Least Skipper to the spectacular Giant Swallowtail, and from the common Cabbage White to the endangered Northern Metalmark. Being able to recognize more of our beautiful butterflies will transform your enjoyment of the out-of-doors, whether in your own garden or in our wilder open spaces.
Stay tuned for more information about registering for this virtual program.