The Land Trust is pleased to present the 2019 Nature Nights series.
Nature Nights are monthly presentations on a nature-related topic held from January through March. Topics vary each year, but are given by experts in their field. As the first in its winter Nature Nights series, the Land Trust is offering a free presentation on the monarch butterflies. Central Oregon is rich with numerous species of native butterflies including the magnificent monarch butterfly. Join Deschutes Land Trust ecologist Amanda Egertson for a colorful tour to learn more about our region's butterflies, with a special focus on the king of the butterfly world: the mighty monarch. All ages are encouraged to attend this family-friendly event where you will learn more about the amazing butterfly life cycle, incredible monarch migrations, and discover ways that you can help them survive and thrive in our high desert. This presentation is free, but you must get your ticket online.
All Nature Nights are free and start at 6pm at the Tower Theater in Bend. Tickets are required and registration generally opens a month prior to each talk.