Waterton-Glacier Butterfly BioBlitz

Mid-July

Come be a lepidopterist for a day or two! Join butterfly experts and Parks Canada staff to catch, identify and learn about butterflies on both sides of the international border - one day each in Waterton Lakes National Park and Glacier National Park.

Registration required to participate:

For Waterton Lakes National Park contact wlnp.volunteer@pc.gc.ca or phone 403 859-2224.
Requirements:

No experience necessary. Just a willingness to learn about and catch butterflies
The park will provide refreshments, sweets and savory sides for lunch. BYOL (bring your own basic lunch)
Be prepared for a full day outside. Bring water and clothing for changeable weather
If you have them, bring a camera, butterfly net and field guides
If you are bringing your own butterfly net, before you come be sure that it is completely clean of all debris including seeds.
Volunteer duties:

Carpool to counting locations within Waterton Lakes National Park during the morning and for those who can stay, in the Waterton Park Front (outside the park) for the afternoon
Run and catch butterflies, unharmed, with nets
Bring butterflies in the net, to count leaders for identification and then, under direction of count leaders, release them unharmed

Location

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Nearby
Latitude: 49.083333 Longitude: -113.916667 Elevation: 6929 ft

Program Dates

7/16/2018 – 7/16/2018

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