Our public programming is now if full swing. Our second tagging demo of the year was held of Friday, when about 40 visitors listened as we told the story of monarch biology and migration. Then they watched as our seasonal field naturalists Lindsey Brendel and Katie Burns tagged and released several monarchs.
|MMP Director and Founder Dick Walton addresses the audience.|
You can also visit with members of the Monarch Monitoring Project any day through October 18 at 11:00 am at Cape May Point's Triangle Park, located at the junction of Lighthouse and Coral Avenues. There's no fee for this program. We do cancel when there is heavy rain.
|Field Naturalists Katie Burns (left) and Lindsey Brendel (right)|
discuss the monarch life cycle.