Family Butterfly Count in the Blue Ridge Mountains
Saturday, July 21, 2018
7 am – 9 pm
Virginia Living Museum hosts the 27th annual NABA Butterfly Count in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Be a part of this nationwide activity as they count, identify, collect and release butterflies, while also enjoying the insects and flowers along the wondrous Blue Ridge Parkway. This trip is a great way to share nature with your family.
The trip includes driving to several sites then hiking along short and hilly meadow or forested trails. Transportation will be provided in the museum’s mini bus.
Cost: $45 per person ($10 discount for VLM members – be sure to “sign in” in the upper right corner of the website to receive the discount on the checkout page). Minimum age is 12 years old, children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Purchase tickets here.
Bring a lunch and drink (Museum will provide coolers). A fast food dinner stop will be made on the way back to the museum. More information at Virginia Living Museum
Going on now until September 3 at the Virginia Living Museum Destination:Dinosaur.