How to Raise Monarchs


How to Raise Monarchs

Leslie noticed this wonderful website with great information on how to raise and release monarchs for migration. While this is not in our area, it is a great resource. Raise the Migration 3 began on Saturday, August 15, 2015, but you can still start now. Emails went out on:

1. Raising Migration Monarchs Supply List Suggestions

2. Hunt, Gather, & Protect Monarch Eggs

3. Taking Care of Baby Caterpillars

4. Cage Cleaning Tips for Raising Healthy Monarchs

5. Monarch Chrysalis Problems & Development

6. Monarch Diseases, Parasites, and Caterpillar Killers

7. Raising Q & A Session through Chrysalis

8. Eight Amazing Facts about the Monarch Migration

9. How to Safely Release Monarchs for the Great Migration

10. Raise The Migration- 2015 Results + Post Yours

Leslie Gilson

Leslie Gilson is retired Gibbs Park restoration coordinator.  For many years she was a primary driver of events and activities at Gibbs Park. Leslie has played a pivotal role in organizing events and activities aimed at preserving and enhancing the natural beauty of this once badly neglected space in Huntington Beach, California.

Under her guidance, Gibbs Park has become not only a place of recreation but also a thriving ecosystem teeming with Monarch Butterflies, as well as other native flora and fauna.

Leslie Gilson's unwavering dedication to Gibbs Park and her community serves as a shining example of the positive impact we can make. Her legacy will continue to inspire future generations to cherish and protect the natural wonders of Huntington Beach for years to come.

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