UPCOMING SEABA MEETINGS

MARCH 19, 2013
CHASING THE MONARCH MIGRATION THROUGH ARIZONA: WHAT WE’VE DISCOVERED AND THE QUESTIONS THAT REMAIN
Gail Morris
The Monarch is often considered the jewel of the butterfly world but little is known about their migration in the West. It was once believed that we didn’t have any Monarchs. Instead, could Arizona be the western migration gateway? Join us to learn about what we’ve learned about the migration and breeding behavior of the Monarch population in Arizona and the many questions still remaining.

APRIL 16 2013
HUMMERS AND BUTTERFLIES OF COLOMBIA
Priscilla Brodkin
Priscilla’s profusely illustrated talks are always SEABA favorites! Here she will show the fruits of one of her most recent trips to the wilds of South America.

MAY 21, 2013
MEMBERS’ CHOICE
Our last meeting before the summer hiatus is dedicated to our members’ contributions: photographic, video, or exhibits. You can share your contribution via CD, DVD, or external drive. We may also hear a short presentation by Science Fair students who have won this year’s SEABA awards for their lepidoptery-related projects.

All meetings are held from 7-9 PM in the Education Room at the Tucson Botanical Gardens on the third Tuesday of the month from January to May and September to October. The Gardens are located at 2150 North Alvernon Way, just south of Grant. If you would like to suggest or volunteer to give a program, please contact Mary Kay Eiermann at 520/615-5164 (mkeiermann@gmail.com).