Ladybug Release at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum
Do you love ladybugs? Some people consider ladybugs to be a symbol of good luck. How would you like to learn more about them? You can do just that on Saturday, June 8, from 10 am - 11:15 am at the Ladybug Release at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum at 120 Muser Drive in Cornwall.
You will get to learn all about ladybugs and how helpful they are. After a short presentation, you will be able to help release native ladybugs into the fields and gardens. And there is an extra added bonus if you attend the Ladybug release. You can enjoy free same day admission to the Wildlife Education Center after paid attendance to this program. Museum Members pay only $5 for adults and $3 for children. Not yet Members pay only $8 for adults and $6 for children. Money well spent for a fun and educational day.
For more information about the Ladybug Release and other programs at the Hudson Highland Nature Museum, visit their website at https://www.hhnm.org/.
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