Butterflies as Bioindicators:
If your butterflies could speak.
Monarchs, Black Swallowtails and Cabbage Whites each have a story to tell. What might your butterflies tell you? Learn how to provide a habitat where butterflies abound and birds come to feast on the bounty. Explore the idea of reading habitats to interpret their corresponding lepidopteron species. Butterflies can tell us a lot about the environment which surrounds us!
Step into the world of a butterfly-crazed conservationist; join Cheryl Harner at the Greater Akron Audubon Society on Nov. 26, 2013 for a colorful power-point program about Ohio’s butterflies.
Cheryl Harner is interested in all forms of flora and fauna and fascinated by the connections between botany and wildlife. She is an avid gardener and life-long wildflower and butterfly enthusiast. Her extensive volunteer work includes long-time leadership in Greater Mohican Audubon Society and Richland County Master Gardeners. She currently serves two land trust boards and works as an environmental educator and advocate for nature. Co-founder of Flora-Quest, she writes a native plant, bird and butterfly blog for its website: Weedpicker’s Journal (www.cherylharner.blogspot.com).