Our Colorado Butterfly Monitoring Network (CBMN) is a statewide volunteer project to observe and count butterflies in open spaces and parks in Colorado. The goal is to provide long-term data that land managers can use when making conservation decisions while also raising awareness about Colorado butterflies and their essential habitats.
Contact our Lepidopterist, Sarah Garrett, at email@example.com to become a volunteer.
Our Urban Prairies Project (UPP) is a volunteer-focused habitat restoration project focused on suburban and urban open spaces in Colorado. The project is a partnership between Butterfly Pavilion, the City and County of Broomfield, the City of Westminster, Denver Botanic Gardens and the Broomfield Open Space Foundation.
Contact our Horticulture Director, Amy Yarger, at firstname.lastname@example.org to become a volunteer.
Butterfly Pavilion participates in the Monarch Larvae Monitoring Project led by the University of Minnesota in which volunteers from across the United States and Canada help collect long-term data on larval monarch populations and milkweed habitat. The goal of the project is to provide data that will aid in conserving monarchs and their threatened migratory phenomenon.
Contact our Lepidopterist, Sarah Garrett, at email@example.com to learn more.