Nature and You Lecture: Butterflies in Yolo County
Painted Ladies, Cabbage Whites, Monarchs, Swallowtails, and more… butterflies are all over Yolo County. Why are they here? Where do they come from? What migrates and what doesn’t? Where do they go when they’re not here? What is affecting their habitat? How do populations change year to year? What about climate change? Why should we care?
Please join the popular local butterfly expert and Professor of Evolution and Ecology at the University of California, Davis, Dr. Art Shapiro for a talk about butterflies. Dr. Shapiro regularly monitors butterfly population trends on a transect across central California. Ranging from the Sacramento River delta, through the Sacramento Valley and Sierra Nevada mountains, to the high desert of the western Great Basin, fixed routes at ten sites have been surveyed at approximately two-week intervals since as early as 1972. The sites represent the great biological, geological, and climatological diversity of central California.
This lecture will be held at the Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library in Davis
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|Location||Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library - 315 East 14th Street, Davis, CA 95616|