Summer Day Camp 2014
Adventures in Nature offers children, kindergarten through grade 8, the opportunity to explore a wide variety of Museum topics. Register online starting March 3!
Become a Member, Skip the Lines!
Become a member today to skip the lines and receive free admission and special exhibit tickets all year long!
How to Participate
Step 1: Find Ladybugs
Go out and collect some ladybugs (go to this page for information on How to Find, Collect, and Photograph Ladybugs and check out our handy L.A. Ladybug Field Guide 950K PDF).
Step 2: Photograph Ladybugs
When you find a ladybug — photograph it! (see How to Find, Collect, and Photograph Ladybugs for instructions).
Step 3: Upload your Information
Upload your digital images using our submission form along with the time, date, location, and habitat (e.g. garden, wild field, corn field, etc.).
- The more photos you take, the better! Even if they are all of the same kind of ladybug.
- Zeros are useful data! Tell us even if you searched and didn’t find any ladybugs.
- Data is most useful if you can tell us — where and how you collected, how many people collected for how long, the time, date, weather, and habitat.