Lost Ladybug Project | Lake Crabtree County Park | Get Outside | Indy Week
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Lost Ladybug Project 

When: Sun., Aug. 3, 1-3 p.m. 2014
Phone: 919-460-3355
Email: daniel.wheeler@wakegov.com
Price: Free
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Everyone recognizes ladybugs, but did you know that our native ladybugs are disappearing?  Scientists have developed the Lost Ladybug Project to get citizens involved in helping determine the reasons behind this trend.  Join park staff in learning how to identify the native and non-native ladybugs in our area, learn about the life cycle and behaviors of ladybugs, and explore ways to help our "lost ladybugs".  Participants are encouraged to bring a camera, especially if they want to help catalog the ladybugs we collect in the field. Preregistration is required. Send in a registration form from our website to sign up.
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