Thursday, February 22, 2018

Roosevelt Island Resident & iDig2Learn Founder Christina Delfico Gives Free Talk On Monarch Butterfly Migration Hosted By Green Park Gardeners NYC Saturday February 24 - Monarch Butterflies Are New Yorkers Too

Roosevelt Island resident and iDig2Learn founder Christina Delfico will be the guest speaker for a free talk about Monarch Butterflies at the NY Public Library 67th Street Branch hosted by the Green Park Gardeners NYC.

According to Green Park Gardeners NYC:

“Monarch Butterflies are New Yorkers Too!”

Saturday, February 24, 2018

2-3:30 pm

67th Street Branch NYPL - 328 East 67th

Join Green Park Gardeners NYC and Monarch advocate and master environmental educator Christina Delfico for a fascinating look at the longest insect migration in the world, that of Monarch butterflies. Learn about their marvelous 3,000-mile flight, their impressive life cycle, and the plants needed to survive their journey from Mexico through New York City to Canada and back. Discover amazing facts about these beautiful creatures and how we can create habitat to welcome them to our East River corridor.

Check out these pictures of the Monarch Butterfly Migration stopping off at the Roosevelt Island community garden.

Here's more info on Green Park Gardeners NYC and iDig2Learn.