This event is SOLD OUT!
Teri Jabour, President of the Atala Chapter of the North American Butterfly Association, will share tips on how to identify our local butterflies and what we can do to help attract them to natural areas, gardens and to our yards. We’ll be on the lookout for birds and other pollinators, as well as the 97 species of butterflies verified in Palm Beach County. Refreshments will be available.
Saturday, June 25
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Free for members; $15 for future members (includes full Garden admission)
Registration is required; tour size is limited to 20 participants.
For questions or assistance, please call April, 561-233-1775 or email email@example.com.
Teri has been involved in the community over the years as an advocate and educator about sustainability issues and natural resource protection. Her interest in native plants, butterflies, and connections with natural habitats has been nurtured with her work at The Nature Conservancy’s Blowing Rocks Preserve, Grassy Waters Preserve and the City of West Palm Beach’s Office of Sustainability, and as a long-time member of the Florida Native Plant Society. As a UF/IFAS PBC Extension Service Master Gardener Volunteer for 25 years, she has had the opportunity to continue her education and public service.
She is a past board member of the Board of Directors for the Friends of Mounts Botanical Garden. Currently, she serves on the Friends of MacArthur Beach Board of Directors. Her favorite pastime is watching butterflies and teaching people how to protect butterflies in their gardens and conserve their native habitats. With that motivation, she has been active with the North American Butterfly Association (NABA)-Atala Chapter since its inception in 1995 and currently serves as its president.