Thornton Burgess Nature Program-Butterflies led by Marjorie Williams
We will be using the Butterfly House and Pollinator Path at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History to start things off. Then there will be a presentation about pollination in the museum auditorium followed by a 'Walk and Talk' of various gardens around the museum. We will focus on plants that make for the some of the best butterfly and pollinator plants and how they can be used in various garden settings, large and small. We will meet outside the main entrance of the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History.
(Switched to the second Saturday of the month to avoid the opening day of the butterfly house)
Marjorie Anne Williams works for The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History as the Animal Care Coordinator. She is responsible for over two hundred animals at the museum year round and during the summer the Butterfly House and the Pollinator Gardens. Marjorie also teaches at the museum and as an outreach speaker on a variety of topics. Marjorie graduated from The New York Botanical Garden’s School of Professional Horticulture in 1985. She had her own business, ‘A Wild Idea!’ for 30 years where she specialized in native plant restoration, formal and informal gardens, wetland, vegetable, fruit and mixed woodland environments.