Science on the Edge Lecture - The Migration of Monarch Butterflies: Past and Future
- Dates: October 25, 2018
- Start Time: 7:30 PM
- Times: Starting: 07:30 PM
- Admission: AdultRMSC Member: $8General Public: $10Student*RMSC Member: $5General Public: $6RMSC Employees, Docents/Volunteers, Rochester Engineering Society: $2*Students through grade 12 or college students with valid college ID.
- Location: Rochester Museum & Science Center
- Address: 657 East Avenue Rochester, NY 14607-2177
- Web Site: https://www.rmsc.org
The remarkable migration of monarch butterflies depends on milkweeds and nectar sources on their breeding grounds and undisturbed forest on their overwintering grounds, but changes in the landscape are leading to a long-term decline in their abundance. Discover the number of efforts are underway to try to counter the downward trend of this iconic species.
The RMSC Richard C. Shultz Science on the Edge lectures in Bausch Auditorium have provided insight and understanding about current research in a broad array of topics for a general audience for more than 30 years.
Science on the Edge sparks intelligent conversations throughout the community. Designed to engage those interested in broadening their scientific understanding, lectures promote the continuation of education and sharing of ideas.
Enjoy a lecture, Museum exploration, and meeting with the speakers in a unique after-hours experience. Seating is limited, pre-registration is highly encouraged. Call 585.697.1942 to register.
Museum open at 5:30pm before the start of the lecture.