Kids’ Caterpillar Weekend, Aug. 24 & 25 at Natural Bridge State Park

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I’m excited about the Kids’ Caterpillar Weekend. Tyler Morgan is enthusiastic and knowledgeable about caterpillars, butterflies and moths, and I’m impressed with his agenda for the weekend. I also look forward to seeing Wayne Richards and Judy Burris again. I always enjoy their presentations, and their 3 books about butterflies and exploring nature are among my favorites. 

Please share this information with anyone who might be interested. Hope to see you there! Here are the details, or download a flyer (2MB PDF).

Natural Bridge Caterpillar weekend 2012

Natural Bridge State Resort Park would like to welcome nature lovers of all ages to our Kids’ Caterpillar Weekend on August 24-25! This event will provide a unique opportunity to discover the diverse world of caterpillars, moths, and butterflies – most within arm’s reach!

Onsite registration – $12 per adult & $7 per child (ages 15 & under).
Pre-register by calling the Naturalist Office no later than August 18th for a discounted registration fee of $8 adults & $5 for children.

Friday, August 24

7:30 pm – All About Caterpillars presentation – Woodland Center

8:30 pm – Creatures of the Night walk – Woodland Center

Saturday, August 25

8:30 am – Caterpillar Walk – Hemlock Lodge lobby

10:00 am – Face painting, crafts, and games – Hemlock Lodge lobby

11:30 am – The Magic of Butterflies presentation and bookselling by special guests Judy Burris & Wayne Richards (authors of The Life Cycles of Butterflies and The Secret Lives of Backyard Bugs)

1:00 pm – Butterfly Expedition – Hemlock Lodge lobby

6:30 pm – All About Moths presentation – Woodland Center

7:30 pm – Caterpillar Walk – Woodland Center

8:30 pm – Amazing Moths! nighttime moth program – Mill Creek Lake

For more information, contact Tyler Morgan at or call 606-663-2214.

Caterpillar weekend Aug. 24 & 25 at Natural Bridge State Park

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