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The Mystery Of Monarch Metamorphosis

Presenter:  Stephen Lyn Bales

Registration is required for this free event. Register here

Join the Arboretum Society for our First Thursday Nature Supper Club on Thursday, July 1st as we learn about monarch metamorphosis. You provide your own stay-at-home supper, and we provide the nature as local naturalist Stephen Lyn Bales will entertain and teach us via Zoom. According to “Scientific American,” over 80 percent of all life on Earth are insects with over 50 percent of those going through complete metamorphosis.  It happens all around our homes all throughout the year, but few of us ever witness it.  Bales will show us both monarch butterfly metamorphosis and migration and follow one monarch he documented with his camera from egg to first flight. 

Contact Michelle Campanis at mcampani@tennessee.edu or 865-483-7277 for questions or registration issues.

Dial-In Information

Register here to receive your Zoom link. The program will be recorded so you may view it later if you are unable to attend at the scheduled time.

Thursday, July 1 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Topic

Agriculture

Audience

Current Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, General Public

Website

https://utarboretum.tennessee.edu/

Department
Forest Resources AgResearch and Education Center, Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries, Herbert College of Agriculture, UT AgResearch, UT Arboretum
Contact Name

Michelle Campanis

Contact Email

mcampani@tennessee.edu

Contact Phone

865-483-7277

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