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Migrating monarchs subject of next Audubon program

9:46 PM, Sep. 3, 2013
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Winnebago Audubon is sponsoring a program called Migrating Monarchs on Sunday, Sept. 15, at 1 p.m. Randy Korb will be giving a program on monarch butterflies. Some biologists call the monarch butterfly the "most interesting insect in the world." During this program, participants will learn the life cycle of monarch butterflies by seeing and holding monarch eggs, larvae, pupae and adults. You will discover butterfly and plant ecology using the monarch/milkweed relationship as an example. We will discuss the North America monarch migration and see video clips of monarchs in their ...

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