Join Butterfly Ball Colorado and Celebrate Pollinators’ Many Wonders

Celebrate with Butterfly Pavilion and help research to globally conserve invertebrates and their habitats

Photos courtesy of the Butterfly Pavilion

Butterfly Pavilion is the first Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA)-accredited standalone, nonprofit invertebrate zoo in the world and a leader in invertebrate research, education, and conservation.  Butterfly Pavilion’s science team works globally to conserve invertebrates and their habitats from the rainforests of Sumatra to the dry coasts of Turks and Caicos to the steppes of Mongolia.  Much of Butterfly Pavilion’s work focuses on the unsung heroes of our ecosystem known as pollinators who are facing enormous challenges and a decline in their populations.

Flying Bee Landing On A Red Flowering Plant

Bee flying in midair pollinating a red flowering plant, seen here in midair action, with another bee on the flower

On Saturday, August 19 at 6:00 p.m. at the OMNI Interlocken Hotel, Butterfly Pavilion’s annual gala, Butterfly Ball Colorado will celebrate pollinators throughout an evening filled with the magic and wonders of invertebrates.  From a Monarch menagerie filled with live monarchs, cocktail reception, silent andlive auctions, seated dinner, and dancing, this special event will  raise funding for Butterfly Pavilion’s Pollinator Awareness through Conservation and Education (PACE) initiative which mobilizes people to engage and take positive action to help conserve and protect pollinators in their own neighborhood and around the world.

Butterfly Ball Photo

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