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Posts Tagged ‘Butterfly’

On the Trail of the Monarch Butterfly

In August 2005, Mexican filmmaker and pilot Francisco Gutiérrez took off in his ultralight aircraft from Montréal to follow the monarch butterflies on their 6,000 km migration from Canada to the mountains of central Mexico, in a bid to raise awareness of importance of preserving the butterflies’ habitat. “On the Trail of the Monarch Butterfly”…

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International Monarch Monitoring Blitz

The International Monarch Monitoring Blitz: July 28th – August 5th 2018 The International Monarch Monitoring Blitz is an annual event devoted to research for the preservation of the monarch. Monarch lovers, throughout North America, are called to join their efforts during this week. The goal? Capture the state of monarchs’ breeding habitats in Canada. Participation…

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Upcoming Events in the Province

Find an Event From butterfly and bird inventories to cleaning up beaches and removing invasive species, we offer a variety of events to suit your interests and NCC’s conservation priorities. Please scroll down to see a list of all our events sorted by province or click here.   https://events.natureconservancy.ca/?_ga=2.44077348.1035711451.1522762047-2114111529.1493746533%3Futm_campaign%3DLeaflet0418&utm_source=leaflet&utm_medium=email

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Carden Alvar Butterfly Count

Carden Alvar Butterfly Count Event Details July 28th, 2017, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM Carden Alvar Natural Area, Ontario Inventories and Monitoring Do butterflies send your heart aflutter? Spend the day with knowledgeable lepidopterists and help to record the butterfly diversity in the globally rare habitat of the Carden Alvar during the 20th annual 2017…

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The Butterflyway Project!

Join The Butterflyway Project! If you live in Markham, Montreal, Richmond, Toronto or Victoria, you could train to be a Butterfly Ranger. Live somewhere else? You can still learn how to welcome pollinators at home and in your neighbourhood. Did you know butterflies most need “host” plants for their caterpillars to eat (not just blooming…

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