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Celebrate National Flight of the Monarch Day!

This Saturday, August 22nd, is the National Flight of the Monarch Day!

To celebrate, we're challenging everyone in eastern Georgian Bay to get outside and add Monarch butterfly sightings to GBBR's iNaturalist project!

How many different Monarch life stages can you find today - egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, and butterfly?

We'll be entering all submissions entered before 5:00pm on August 23rd, into a draw for a butterfly book collection prize pack.

Posted on August 18, 2020 15:50 by gbaybiosphere gbaybiosphere | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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Georgian Bay Biosphere is a region of global ecological significance that makes an ongoing commitment to the United Nations to strive for sustainability. Here, people are inspired to live and work in harmony with nature. The Georgian Bay Biosphere is situated within Anishinaabek territory, and we partner with First Nations and Indigenous peoples to care for our shared air, land, and ...more ↓

Mini gbaybiosphere created this project on February 19, 2020
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