Content tagged 'Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium'

Cupid and brothers

Pretty in pink!

August 4, 2010 | Tag(s): Katydid, New Orleans Gallery, Pink Katydid
By: Lauren, Assistant Manager of Animal Collections at the Insectarium
Pink Katydids are now on exhibit in the New Orleans gallery.
Mosquito

Mosquito day is coming soon!

July 15, 2010 | Tag(s): event, mosquito, mosquito day
By: Lauren, Assistant Manager of Animal Collections at the Insectarium
we are going to be celebrating Mosquito Day here at the Insectarium this August 20th!
Audubon Insectarium Butterfly Tea at Windsor Court

One lump or two?

July 8, 2010 | Tag(s): Butterfly Tea, event, Insectarium, tea, Windsor Court
By: L'jeanne, Advertising Manager
It’s always been a tradition in my family to attend a Christmas Tea. We also partake in regular tea seatings but for the holiday it is a rit
Aquarium fourth of July

Fireworks Weekend

By: L'jeanne, Advertising Manager
It’s only the beginning of summer and I am certainly feeling the heat. I’m at the point where when I go outside it’s about survival in the h
Huntsman spider (female)

New Spider Exhibit ...

June 26, 2010 | Tag(s): New Orleans Gallery, Spider
By: Lauren, Assistant Manager of Animal Collections at the Insectarium
We have a new exhibit in our New Orleans gallery that features a beautiful spider found here in Louisiana called a huntsman spider.
Antiversary bug

Happy Second Ant-iversary

June 15, 2010 | Tag(s): Ant-iversary, event
By: Lauren, Assistant Manager of Animal Collections at the Insectarium
Has it really been two years? This past weekend we celebrated our second “Ant-iversary”!
Buggin -Lubber Grasshopper

Are You Buggin!?

By: L'jeanne, Advertising Manager
Yes, I’ll admit that, I- AM- BUGGIN! I can’t say that I was always this way but a few people and circumstances have forever changed me.
Lubber Grasshopper

Tis the Season ...

May 27, 2010 | Tag(s): Swarms
By: Lauren, Assistant Manager of Animal Collections at the Insectarium
On the heels of summer's growing heat comes a multitude of insect species - among which there‘re those that are familiar and well loved - an