We had a fantastic crowd for the butterfly release at SUNY Brockport this morning, where Conservation Education Coordinator Tina Crandall, who is also the coordinator of our Butterfly Beltway Project, presented the college with their sign and a butterfly education program, followed by the release of several Monarch butterflies into the garden planted at the main entrance of the science complex.
David Turkow, Director of Environmental Health and Safety at SUNY Brockport, worked with Crandall to become the first collegiate butterfly beltway site this year through the Zoo’s corporate offering. We are thrilled to have SUNY Brockport on board! Check out some of the photos from the event below:
Photos by Kelli O’Brien