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Butterflies are from Venus, Moths are from Mars presented by Waltham Land Trust

Butterflies are from Venus, Moths are from Mars presented by Waltham Land Trust
Sun, 04/15/2018 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Waltham Public Library Lecture Hall, 735 Main Street, Waltham, MA
Open to Public: 
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Attendance Fee: 
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Registration required: 
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Must be accompanied by an adult: 
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Event Description: 

Smaller Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Taken in Lincoln, MA ©Linda GraetzCome learn how to ID beautiful butterflies and moths from Linda Graetz and view her amazing photos!  This event will be held at the Waltham Public Library Lecture Hall, 735 Main Street, Waltham.
Worldwide, there are an estimated 20,000 species of butterflies and 165,00 species of moths.  On travels her in New England and in Vietnam, teacher/naturalist and WLT member Linda Graetz has photographed hundreds of them.  On April 15, 2018, she’ll share her photographs and knowledge about the basics of how to identify butterflies and moths, as well as her astonishment at the beauty and diversity of moths that often take a back seat to their more readily seen and admired cousins, the butterflies. While there will be photographs of tropical butterflies and moths, be assured that there will be many photos of butterflies and moths you can see easily here in Massachusetts and New England.  This event is free and open to the public.