Children and Family Education
Family Class: Nocturnal Insect Hunt
August 29, 2014
Price is per family member.
Friday | 7:30 - 9:15 p.m.
Fly through the sky with moths, lacewings, beetles and praying mantids in this exploration of nocturnal insects of the Sonoran Desert. With the help of insect experts from Arizona State University and a black light, we are sure to see many of the Garden's nighttime visitors. We will start in the classroom for a brief talk about the ecology of some of the common and most interesting insects that come out at night in the desert. We will finish outside to see what nocturnal insects await us.
This class is designed for families with children ages four to 13, although children 17 and under are welcome.