Stream & Color - Curiosity Stream - Secret Migrations - Painted Lady Butterfly

Secret Migrations - Painted Lady Butterfly

Stream and color SECRET MIGRATIONS, a show on Curiosity Stream about migrations. There are four episodes I think, and I think this one is the fourth.

Curiosity Stream is a few bucks a month, but YES it’s worth it and NO they didn’t pay me to say that ;)

I hope you watch the show and that these pages help you in your journey to learn more about the painted lady butterfly and its migrating life!

Watch The Kingdom: How Fungi Rule The World on Curiosity Stream and color these fun pages I made inspired by the show! The pages are totally free to print and color - print them out for your whole class!

We love curiosity stream! It is a streaming service full of awesome documentaries about all the things.

I made these pages specifically from this little show SECRET MIGRATIONS - the episode about the Painted Lady butterfly

Color Your Own Painted Lady Butterfly

Make this painted lady butterfly awesome in your own way. This is a fun one to work on while you stream Secret Migrations!

Enjoy coloring this page so much! The button to print it is just below the image.

You might also love some of my other free educational coloring pages

Color in your own painted lady butterfly! Fill it in and make him beautiful - free printable coloring page from Stevie Doodles

CLICK HERE TO PRINT THE FREE COLOR YOUR OWN PAINTED LADY BUTTERFLY PAGE

Some fun facts about the Painted Lady:

1. The painted lady isn't picky.

Unlike many butterflies that have certain host plants that they lay eggs on and that caterpillars eat --- the monarch butterfly host plant is milkweed --- the painted lady has been noted to have more than 100 host plants. Caterpillars will eat thistles, hollyhocks and legumes. It is sometimes called the thistle butterfly because it likes thistles.

As an adult, the butterflies enjoy nectar from many different flowers too --- thistles, asters, blazing star, ironweed, Joe pye weed and more.

2. They're found around the world.

Painted lady butterflies aren't limited to the U.S. or even North America. In fact, they are found on all continents except Australia and Antarctica. It is the most widely-distributed butterfly in the world.

3. Painted ladies are tougher than their name sounds.

Painted ladies migrate seasonally and can fly up to 100 miles per day at nearly 30 miles per hour. They don't stay in cold regions during the winter, but you might see them later in the season than monarchs because painted ladies can migrate so quickly.

4. They live in silk houses.

Some caterpillars like to stay covered as a protection. For instance, red admiral caterpillars live in the shelter of folded leaves. Painted ladies weave a tent-like structure from silk, and you can often see these fluffy shelter on thistles. THESE ARE FROM Dickins County Conservation Board READ MORE FACTS HERE

Painted Lady butterfly printable page - free pages to print and color from Stevie Doodles
 

They're all around us, in the soil, our bodies and the air, but are often too small to be seen with the naked eye.

They provide medicines and food but also wreak havoc by causing plant and animal diseases.

According to the first big assessment of the state of the world's fungi, the fungal kingdom is vital to life on Earth. 

Yet, more than 90% of the estimated 3.8 million fungi in the world are currently unknown to science. 

"It's such an interesting set of organisms and we really know so little about them," says Prof Kathy Willis, director of science at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, which led the report. 

"They're really weird organisms with the most bizarre life cycle. And yet when you understand their role in the Earth's ecosystem, you realise that they underpin life on Earth." READ MORE ABOUT FUNGI

Stream & Color - Curiosity Stream - Wild Galapagos-2

Wild Galapagos With Mike Rowe

Stream and color Wild Galapagos, a show on Curiosity Stream. I made these Galapagos pages just for you to enjoy while you watch or before you watch or after you watch - use these pages however works best for you!

These pages are based on Pt 2 of this show - there are 2 parts fo enjoy and you can watch them both at Curiosity Stream.

Curiosity Stream is a few bucks a month, but YES it’s worth it and NO they didn’t pay me to say that ;)

Watch Wild Galapagos on Curiosity Stream and color these fun pages I made inspired by the show! The pages are totally free to print and color - print them out for your whole class!

Watch Wild Galapagos on Curiosity Stream and color these fun pages I made inspired by the show! The pages are totally free to print and color - print them out for your whole class!

We love curiosity stream! It is a streaming service full of awesome documentaries about all the things.

I made these pages specifically from this little show WILD GALAPAGOS WITH MIKE ROWE - it’s a short show about the Galapagos Islands.

GALAPAGOS TORTOISE

The free page below has a tortoise I drew + the word Galapagos in my favorite font to color. I think this is the best turtle-like creature I’ve ever drawn so I hope you love him a lot.

Enjoy coloring this page so much! The button to print it is just below the image.

You might also love some of my other free animal coloring pages

Galapagos tortoise coloring page - free coloring page printable from Stevie Doodles

Galapagos tortoise coloring page - free coloring page printable from Stevie Doodles

CLICK HERE TO PRINT THE FREE GALAPAGOS TORTOISE PAGE

Animals of the Galapagos

This page has three of the animals Mike Rowe talks about in Part 2 of Wild Galapagos - the tortoise, the iguana, and the seal.

I actually found the parts about the cormorant and the other birds more interesting during the show, but I had trouble with making drawings of those that I thought would be any fun to color!

So you get these three cuties. And if you’d love to color some other animals I have a whole section of free animal coloring pages

Animals of the Galapagos - free pages to print and color from Stevie Doodles

CLICK HERE TO PRINT THE FREE ANIMALS OF GALAPAGOS COLORING PAGE ABOVE

The Galapagos Islands are famous for the diverse plant and animal life found both on land and in the surrounding seas. And, with more than 400 species of fish, some of the most unique birds on the planet, and an iconic collection other native and endemic Galapagos wildlife, visiting the islands can feel like you’re literally stepping into a National Geographic-style documentary. In actuality, a visit to this remarkable archipelago may be a lot more viable than you think. Here are a number of interesting facts about the Galapagos Islands to pique your curiosity. I found this fun page with some more great info about GALAPAGOS! Use them in your explorations too.

Stream & Color - Curiosity Stream - Cities of the Sea - Free Pages

Cities of the Sea

Stream and color Cities of the Sea, a show on Curiosity Stream. I made these squid and fish pages just for you to enjoy while you watch or before you watch or after you watch - use these pages however works best for you!

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We love curiosity stream! It is a streaming service full of awesome documentaries about all the things.

I made these pages specifically from this little show “Cities of the Sea” - it’s a short show exploring under the sea off the California coast.

California Market Squid

The free page below has a bunch of California Market Squid to color. I am pretty excited to color this one because there is something about a page full of the same object - I love to give each of them their own unique look and color.

Enjoy coloring this page so much! The button to print it is just below the image.

You might also love some of my other free animal coloring pages

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CLICK HERE TO PRINT THE FREE CALIFORNIA MARKET SQUID PAGE

This episode also had some really cool stuff about bioluminescence! I thought you might like this video too - show it after the episode, or watch this one while you color other pages! Scroll down to grab the second page in this post.

A Bunch of Fish

I love seeing schools of fish swimming around - I don’t know why but there’s something hypnotic about it, it just makes me happy. There were some great shots of fish doing their thing in this show so I used it as an excuse to draw some new fish and make this page full of them!

I hope you love my free pages!

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