Colorado kids need to grab some bug nets because scientists across the country need their help. Little naturalists will learn about Monarch butterflies and how to properly tag them to help monitor migration patterns. By catching, tagging, and releasing these colorful creatures, youngsters will contribute to national research and conservation efforts—without graduating gradeschool.
The frog beetle and the man-face bug are two of the stars of this show--this is your chance for a close encounter. Kids and parents will learn about a wide variety of insects and what types of plants they like to munch on, plus they'll help maintain the insect zoo with "Get Dirty Projects" such as trail maintenance and flower planting.
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