Calvert Stewards Appreciation: Monarch Tagging

  • 10/12/2019
  • 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Varies: Meet at Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
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  • Registration opens July 8


Ages 10 and up; Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult

Learn how to catch and tag monarch butterflies for Project Monarch Watch’s citizen science project.  We will travel to a few different parks in Southern Maryland, hoping to catch some of these amazing migrants. Transportation is provided during the program. Please bring a lunch and plenty of water.

More opportunities for assisting with Monarch Watch

Location: Varies: Meet at Battle Creek Cypress Swamp.

Reservations are required by Wednesday, October 9

Naturalist in Charge: Shannon Steele

Program Fee: Free for current Calvert Stewards. We reserve the right to cancel registration if not a current volunteer.

Who are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

Calvert Nature Society is dedicated to the protection and preservation of Calvert County’s natural heritage and the creation of an environmentally literate and aware community. We provide opportunities for appreciation and understanding of our natural world through our outreach initiatives and in support of the mission of the Calvert County Natural Resources Division.  The Society is a 501(c)3 organization.

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Mailing address: PO Box 122, Port Republic, MD 20676.
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