THE SECRET LIVES OF BUGS & BUTTERFLIES
Native Invertebrate Micro Exhibit
Wednesday, April 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Have you ever wondered what a baby dragonfly looks like? Or where butterflies go in the rain? Visit Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden to learn the answers to these questions and more, as we reveal the secret lives of bugs!
Starting this spring, the Garden will be featuring an educational display of live insects and other invertebrates, highlighting the fascinating life details of critters found in your yard, neighborhood or local park. You’ll learn about what they eat, where they live, and what you can do at home to create a thriving habitat—not just for bugs—but for the entire web of life. Staff will be showcasing an ever-changing array of native species, in all stages of life. Drop by Wednesday, April 21 from 10 a.m, – 2 p.m. and on additional select days to get an up-close and personal introduction to some of our weird and wonderful native bugs!
Please note, due to COVID-19, advance tickets are required for all visitors.
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Meet the Butterflies
Even though Butterflies LIVE! is on hiatus, you can still learn about butterflies from around the world. Here are a few of our favorites. You can expect to see these in the exhibition when Butterflies LIVE! returns.