Protecting & raising awareness for the Monarch butterfly, through interactive educational talks within schools. Monarch Butterflies are the doorway to nature & connection with the magical world.
An Educational Guide on Monarch Butterflies
This guide is an excellent resource for teachers working in pre-schools or primary schools, who want to learn more to teach their students or raise monarch caterpillars as a hobby in your own back garden; or perhaps you’re that person, like me, who treats their caterpillars as pets, and rushes out for emergency dashes to the garden centre if you’ve run out of swan plants.Keep on reading>>
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This step by step guide on the wonderful life cycle of a monarch butterfly, comes with heaps of fun facts and everything you need to know on how to create an ideal pollinators paradise in your own garden. It is an excellent A4 guide, with over 54 pages of beautiful coloured photos and in-depth information – the perfect resource book for teachers working in pre-schools or primary schools, who want to learn more to teach their students on raising healthy monarch caterpillars within the classroom or outdoors. Perhaps you’re that person, like me, who treats their caterpillars as pets, and loves being in their garden connected to nature watching the magical transformation. Monarchs butterflies have rapidly become my true passion in life, and now I want to share it with children and educators. I’m hoping this will ignite a passion for Monarchs in others too, and ultimately save this beautiful species from extinction. Monarchs are truly a symbol of hope for our Planet.
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Today 12th August is world Elephant day, dedicated to the preservation and protection of the world’s elephants. What better way to dress the Elephant up with some Monarch wings and celebrate such an awesome creature thats seems to have graced this Earth for many years. World Elephant day is created each year to bring awareness of the dangers facing the African and Asian elephants.Read More
There is much debate as to why I support a non native butterfly. Instead of focusing on native butterflies rather than a butterfly that arrived in New Zealand by its own free will. From my experience and witnessing other people raising Monarchs, I believe Monarchs are the doorway to the world of magic within nature and to the world of butterflies!Read More
Less than 2 weeks after the horrific attacks here in Christchurch The Butterfly Musketeers visited the beautiful children at Linwood Ave School. Linwood Ave School is about a minute away from the Mosque where our beloved brothers were shot in a cowardly act whilst praying.Read More
I love Kahikatea Common our first event was Butterflies and Pizza, and this one was Swan Plants and Roller Skates, here anything goes. I got reminded that my community event “giant swan plant sale/roller disco ” which would be run by kids to raise money for their various causes randomly came to me in the shower a few weeks ago!!Read More
The Swan Plant is loved by many Kiwis, as it’s the host plant of the Monarch Caterpillar, which lives on the plant for approximately 2 weeks eating as many leaves as possible, before transforming into a beautiful Monarch Butterfly.Read More