Impacts of Global Warming on Monarch Butterfly Populations

Presented by Trees Atlanta, University of Georgia Odum School of Ecology

The climate is changing rapidly and that is impacting wildlife just as much as it's impacting people. Come learn about the research being done by Isabella Ragonese, PhD candidate at Odum School of Ecology at UGA, that is tracking the role of climate change on declining monarch butterfly populations as it relates to parasite infection rates. Find out how you can get engaged in community science as a way of aiding in monarch butterfly conservation.

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Parking Info

Limited free onsite parking is available, in addition to plentiful street parking in adjacent residential areas.

Alternative Transportation

Bus 21 goes to Memorial Dr SE & Bill Kennedy Way which is right near the Kendeda Center

Date and Time

Thursday, March 24th, 2022
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Venue

Indoor Event

Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center
225 Chester Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
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Audience

Adults, High School

Price

Price: Free with advance registration

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Topic

Earth & Space Science, Life Sciences, Nature & Environment, Science & Society
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COVID Considerations

Trees Atlanta is aligned with CDC recommendations for indoor events. As long as Fulton County has a Low or Medium Community Level, masks are optional for all employees, visitors and event attendees. All events have capacity maximums. If plans change, please cancel your registration; due to limited capacity, updating your registration is important so that others can participate. If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to an individual with COVID-19, please stay home until you have completed your recommended quarantine. By attending this event, you are participating on your own accord and accept possible risks associated with interacting with other people.
As with all ASF events, we ask you to take care of yourself and your community. Stay home if you feel ill, get vaccinated and mask up when in close proximity to others!