Myths, moths and butterflies (Talk)
A fascinating insight into the world of butterflies and moths.
Date – 14/11/17
Place – Conservation Education Centre at Bristol Zoo Gardens. Venue accessible to wheelchair users. Hearing loop in place.
Time – 7.00pm - 8.00pm
Price – £4.00
They say never work with children or animals but Butterfly Conservation’s Education Officer for Bristol, Matt Brierley, does both. The consequent kids’ questions have inspired Matt to answer those teasers you’d think you know the answer to but don’t. Why are butterflies called butterflies? What’s the difference between a moth and a butterfly? And do moths really wear perfume? Join Matt to hear why we need to rebrand moths, which butterfly hisses and what happens if you lick a toxic caterpillar.
Book with the Avon Gorge & Downs Wildlife Project, at Bristol Zoo, on 0117 9030609 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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