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An Evening with the Author: Sara Dykman, author of Bicycling with Butterflies

Wednesday, October 05, 2022
6:00pm - 7:30pm Central Dallas, Texas

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Trinity River Audubon Center

6500 Great Trinity Forest Way, Dallas, 75217, TX

An Evening with the Author: Sara Dykman, author of Bicycling with Butterflies

October 05, 2022 - Dallas, TX

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Deftly combining travel memoir and popular science, Bicycling with Butterflies recounts Sara Dykman’s inspirational 10,201 mile bicycle ride, from Mexico to Canada and back, alongside the monarchs. Dykman passionately shares the urgent plight of the monarchs and the complex science underpinning their dwindling numbers.

Filled with optimism, energy, and hope, Bicycling with Butterflies is a compelling story, confirming the urgency of saving the threatened monarch migration—and the other threatened systems of nature that affect the survival of us all. “It is part science, part adventure, part love letter to nature,” Dykman explained. “I hope readers will come away with a deeper sense of connection to the land and be inspired to join the team taking care of our planet.”

Attendees have the option to extend their evening by signing up for the guided night hike that will take place after the reading. Please note that you are welcome to attend both events or only one of your choosing. The author event is complimentary (free admission) and the night hike is $20/person. You may select one or both events when registering. To ensure the best experience, the night hike is limited to 30 people. Registration is required.

Questions? Email us at trac@audubon.org or give us a call: (214) 309-5801

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