AT – Butterflies Friends of Hagerman Second Sat Program May 13
Hello Blackland Prairie Master Naturalist!
This is a Second Saturday free presentation by The Friends of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge. This presentation will take place IN-PERSON at the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center Lecture Room.
Speaker: Laurie Sheppard, BPTMN Class of 2017
Description: Have you ever wondered where butterflies go when the weather gets cold? How do they survive our cold winds and occasional frosty winter weather? Come learn about some of our most colorful residents and the strategies they use to survive. Laurie will talk about various research projects utilizing citizen scientists and how you can get involved.
Laurie Sheppard is a certified Texas Master Naturalist with a primary interest in butterflies. She is a long-time volunteer at Hagerman, serving as a Butterfly Garden Docent, a Tram Driver, a Nature Nook staffer, a writer/editor for the Featherless Flyer, and a member of the Friends of Hagerman Board of Directors. She is an avid photographer and regularly shares her butterfly photos. Since 2016, she has lived in the Sherman area. She maintains the list of butterflies seen at the refuge and regularly scours the fields and back roads looking for butterfly species not previously documented in Grayson County.
Date: Saturday, May 13, 2023
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center Lecture Room 6465 Refuge Road, Sherman, TX 75092
Registration: Not Required
Logging AT: Approved for 1 hour AT to be logged as AT: BPTMN: Other Pre-Approved Training with title of program and name of speaker in the training description box.
Links for More Information:[https://www.friendsofhagerman.com%20/event-5008701]https://www.friendsofhagerman.com /event-5008701