This describes the approved most natural way to protect up to 100 monarch eggs in a 2' x 2' x 3' netted pop up hatchery habitat until they're adult butterflies You can order one GOOGLE: "butterfly hatchery Habitat Cage" Be sure to get one that collapses into a circle for easy disinfecting. Check butterflies for OE here: http://butterfly-lady.com/what-is-oe/
Inside Live Butterfly Sanctuary in Branford, Ct. These Educational Live butterfly sanctuary exhibits are great on the property of a privately owned garden center explained here: https://craigthebutterflyman.com/leaders-program
Teaching Yale University students to naturally raise monarchs at the Yale University Farm in 2019. We are using updated equipment now. Check out our website page: https://craigthebutterflyman.com/raise-monarchs-1
(popup hamper is no longer available at Walmart
CLICK HERE FOR POPUP HATCHERY no smaller than 15 x 15 x 24" Use a one gallon milk jug full of water as milkweed stem container
Our rearing method taught on the
drop down menu item on the this website here:https://craigthebutterflyman.com/raise-monarchs-1 Our method was observed and approved by members of the "LEPIDOPTERIST SOCIETY" at Peabody Museum on the Yale University campus and Displayed in the renowned "Discovery Hall"
Texas State Representative Tony Dale, the legislature, and Craig the Butterfly Man work together to support the monarch butterfly and other pollinators.
Meet Craig the Butterflyman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfn9wuvVaDw&t=4s
Craig the Butterfly with families in his educational live monarch butterfly sanctuary trailer.
Classroom plants with caterpillars.
A Great Video Describing the Plants Monarchs and Pollinators in General Thrive on !!
Craig and Mary's cottage garden in Branford, Ct'
The mobile sanctuary trailer at the Bob Bullock Museum's Museum Day. in Texas.
This video provides a lot of information on rearing. This is the equipment we were using in 2019. Better hatchery habitats became available so we upgraded to Netted collapsible hatcheries as shown and described on this website page https://craigthebutterflyman.com/raise-monarchs-1
Monarchs flying in sanctuary trailer
As at Yale University, this is what your hatchery looks like after monarchs have emerged ready to be released to breed in the wild and increase the migration through multiplication and increase our enjoyment of wildlife
American Monarchs overwintering in the sanctuaries in Mexico. They will return to the southern U. S. A. in March and lay eggs. After 4 to 5 generations their great-great grand children will return to these sanctuaries by November and start the cycle all over again
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