Photo by Louise Johns
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to experience the Adventure Scientists Conserving Biodiversity: Pollinators project first-hand in the field, here’s your chance. Project Manager and butterfly expert Michelle Toshack showed the world how it works during LIVE videos with National Geographic Travel and National Geographic Magazine on Facebook. (Each one runs about 10 minutes.)

You can watch them both here.

This is just one piece of Nat Geo’s outreach for their epic Yellowstone Live television event happening this week. The butterflies and wildflowers at the center of our work will bring viewers’ attention from the iconic bison, wolves, and geysers to the smaller things that make up the unique and awe-inspiring Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

If you’ve been inspired, join us as a volunteer, or pitch your project as a scientist!