Butterflies in the Brazos is a local group of individuals committed to butterfly and pollinator sustainability, education and information whilst relying on community support partnering with local municipalities, their Parks and Recreation departments, Texas A&M University, and citizens to achieve measurable goals to support Butterfly migration and pollinator presence in the Brazos Valley.
The Butterflies in the Brazos butterfly garden is located in the the D. A. "Andy" Anderson Arboretum at Bee Creek Park, 1900 Anderson Street, College Station, Texas. We are open 24/7 for visits and volunteering!
Butterflies in the Brazos is a group that collectively wants to make the Brazos Valley a more inviting geographical location for Monarch butterflies - and all pollinators. This low key organization can use your expertise! Please share your experience, and lend us a helping hand.
Scout troops, citizens, TAMU students and student groups - all are welcome and encouraged to help the Monarch butterflies. Let's make the Brazos Valley the ideal location for Monarch butterflies to land while on their annual migration!
Butterflies in the Brazos can only exist with community support. We are like you - people interested in making the world a better place while also juggling jobs, kids, other volunteer commitments in the community, etc. Our vision is to create sustainable gardens in our region with the help of committed individuals willing to water and weed a garden every now and again, plant a pollinator-friendly plant in your yard, or "adopt a plot" at Bee Creek Park. Join us and support the Monarch butterflies!