Monarchs and Hummingbirds Earth Day April 20

Monarchs and Hummingbirds at the Nature Center of Cape May

monarchs and hummingbirdsThe Nature Center of Cape May will have lots of offerings to celebrate Earth Day, April 20th. You may know that Cape May is famous for its Monarch Butterflies, migrating on their way to and from Yucatan in Mexico. You may not know that they need milkweed to survive. Pat Sutton will show you how to encourage a variety of milkweed species. The session begins at 10:30 at the Nature Center of Cape May

Pat Sutton will also offer a session about ruby-throated Hummingbirds that same monarchs and hummingbirdsafternoon starting at 1:00 P.M.. Learn how to create a hummingbird garden.

April 20 is Earth Day

If you bring your garden tools, you can help deadhead, weed and prune the Nature Center’s gardens and participate in Clean Ocean Action’s annual Beach Sweeps. This will be just the beginning of the season’s offerings at salt-marsh-safarithe Nature Center and heralds the start of Salt Marsh Safari – beginning April 27 – the Nature Center’s  ever-popular exploration of the shore.

Of course, as always, please come stay with us at Leith Hall bed and breakfast.

Please let us know what you think!