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Desert Botanical Garden: Desert Refuge – Monarchs and Milkweeds in Arizona Training Session

Desert Refuge: Monarchs and Milkweeds in Arizona is an effort to learn more about the overwintering behavior of monarchs in Arizona.

Observers register a milkweed plant and check once a week for milkweed leafing and flowering and monarch adults, mating, egg laying, and caterpillars.

Come learn more about this effort and how you can get involved! This training session will cover how to set up an account in Nature’s Notebook, register one or more milkweed plants, and make weekly observations on milkweed and monarchs. We’ll also discuss how your data will be used to better understand phenology of monarchs and their host plants across the state.

We will record the training and post it on our webpage: https://www.usanpn.org/nn/DesertRefuge

This project is a collaboration between Desert Botanical Garden and the USA National Phenology Network.

 

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  • Audience: Adult, Teen, STEM Professional
  • Genre: Conservation and Sustainability, Field Sciences
  • Type: Online, Presentation

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Date

Oct 27 2022
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Time

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Cost

Free

More Info

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Labels

Central Valley STEM Hub

Location

Online

Organizer

Desert Botanical Garden
Phone
480-941-1225
Email
CONTACT@DBG.ORG
Website
https://dbg.org/
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