Butterfly Bio Blitz ready to educate in Middle Georgia
The Ocmulgee National Monument’s Angela Bates stopped by 41Today to talk about it.
It allows anyone to come by the monument and learn about a very important part of the ecosystem–the butterfly.
Come by the Ocmulgee National Monument on August 23rd from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. and be prepared to spend time in the park trying to find butterflies.
Plus, kids get to participate in arts and crafts to learn about butterflies.
You’ll receive a free t-shirt, tote bag and water bottle.
The Monument is located at 1207 Emery Highway in Macon.
All ages are welcome, and it’s completely free.
Last year, nearly 400 people attended.