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Butterflies w/o Borders: Migration and Immigration in a Changing Climate

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Pearl Stable

307 Pearl Parkway

San Antonio, TX 78215

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Join us for a timely discussion of politics, pollinators and the impact of climate change on migration and immigration.

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Join us for a discussion of wide-reaching issues--from the state of the monarch butterfly migration and conservation of bats as pollinators to border issues, migration, immigration, and the impacts of climate change.

Our panel includes monarch butterfly expert Dara Satterfield, a Trinity visiting scholar and PhD in ecology; Austin-based National Public Radio correspondent John Burnett, who covers the border and immigration; and Rodrigo Medellín, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México ecologist, known as “the Batman of Mexico.”

Brendan Gibbons, senior environmental reporter for the Rivard Report, will moderate.

The Butterflies without Borders forum is a featured event of the fourth annual Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Festival.

Reception with cash bar.

For more information, visit the Texas Butterfly Ranch Festival Page.

Underwritten by Pearl, Trinity University, and the Rivard Report, with special thanks to Keystone sponsors the San Antonio River Authority, HEB, the John and Florence Newman Foundation, and the Winkler Family Foundation.

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