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Caterpillar Crawl at FWFR Saturday, April 14th!

Have you ever seen a Ranchman's tiger moth (Arctia virginalis)?

Join Adam Pepi, PhD student at UC Davis, for an afternoon stroll along the Freshwater Farms Reserve Nature Trail. Participants will observe the different insects and plants that live at Freshwater Farms Reserve while learning about how climate, habitat types, and predators can impact the Ranchman’s Tiger Moth population. We might even get to see a Ranchman’s Tiger Moth in action!
This is a free, family friendly event. If possible, please bring layers, closed toed shoes, and water.

We will be meeting at the FWFR Nature Trail Parking Lot at 1:00 pm and tour will end at 2:00pm. Hope to see you there!

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