Newark Library Blog


Monarch Butterflies: Flying Jewels by maryjane16
Wednesday, April 23, 2008, 2:45 pm
Filed under: children, community, Libraries, Newark

Come and explore the amazing world of the Monarch butterflies with Naturalist Dino Labiste from Coyote Hills Regional Park. We’ll look at the life cycle of these flying jewels as they transform from an egg, to a caterpillar, to a chrysalis and finally emerge as an adult butterfly. What drives the western Monarchs to make the incredible migration as they journey from the northwest of the United States to overwinter in roosting sites along the Pacific coast of California? 
If you are interested in learning about these fascinating insects, please join us this Saturday, April 26th from 3-4:30 p.m. in the Meeting Room. This is a free program and no registration is required.
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LOVE MONARCH BUTTERFLIES !

Comment by Anonymous

i Lik yo pix

Comment by Malika Lewis

it is prtty

Comment by alexandra hernandez

The pictures are beautiful. I love butterflys. Monarchs are my favorite. I look forward to seeing them every year at this time.

Comment by Beverly Byrd

omg its so pretty

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