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4 Reasons to Visit the Conservatory in Wintertime

In News by Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory

1. Come warm up here! The weather outside is frightful, and our entire facility is indoors! The Conservatory temperature ranges from 24°C (75°F) to 28 ºC (82°F) with high humidity. We have the perfect mini tropical getaway - make sure you dress in layers. 2. Attend a Storytime Every weekday at 11:00am our Nature Interpreters lead a story time activity ...
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Calling young scientists: A contest all about the physics of flying insects!

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A passion for learning is something we love and encourage here at Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory, so when the esteemed Professor Orbax from the Physics Department at the University of Guelph reached out to us to collaborate on a contest we didn't hesitate to jump on board. Orbax and Pepper do Science Professor Orbax and his long suffering lab assistant Sweet ...
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Cheecho Turns 11!

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If you’ve been to the Conservatory, you’ve likely seen our Green-cheeked Conure, Cheecho. Cheecho has called the Conservatory home for close to a decade and he’s celebrating his 11th birthday this weekend! Green-cheeked Conures are small parrots known for their outgoing personalities. Cheecho is always curious, spunky, (and sometimes mischievous!) and because he loves social interaction, our staff spend time ...