Nature is full of exciting and fun opportunities for children and adults to share a sense of wonder.
Monarch butterflies represent one of the most remarkable migrations of any insect species. Their travel spans 3 countries, Mexico, U.S. and Canada. These outstanding survivors consume leaves from milkweek plants as caterpillars thereby thriving on what is toxic vegetation for most other animals. They dazzle us with their beauty and the incredible achievement of their journey.
RCLA encourages intergenerational experiences through:
- Writing about the Sense of Wonder and featuring stories about “Wonder People”
- Providing the Rachel Carson House as a site for intergenerational Sense of Wonder activities
- Sponsoring the Rachel Carson Sense of Wonder Contest (previously conducted by the USEPA in 2015.