Monday, August 24, 2015

Learn about Monarch butterflies at MPL's Headlands Branch

Learn how our habitat helps the Monarch butterfly during its migration.
The Monarch butterfly is both beautiful and hard traveling.

It migrates thousands of miles from Canada to Mexico, passing through our humble neck of the woods each year.

Rebecca Donaldson, the naturalist from the Mentor Marsh, will talk about how valuable our habitat is to the migrating Monarchs on Saturday, Aug. 29, at our Headlands Branch. She'll also discuss the butterfly's life cycle, which takes it all over North America.

Donaldson is one of our favorite guests at Mentor Library. She's talked about the bald eagles and other denizens of Mentor Marsh at our Headlands Branch before.

You can register for her free upcoming talk on Mentor Library's website.

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