PHOTOS: Ladybugs ‘fly away home’ as preschoolers release them into environment


Friday, April 25th, 2014
Issue 17, Volume 18.


PHOTOS: Ladybugs ‘fly away home’ as preschoolers release them into environment - Shane Gibson photo. - Discovery Isle preschool student Skylar Bohannon looks at a handful of ladybugs she releases into the environment for Earth Day, April 15, 2014.
Discovery Isle preschool student Skylar Bohannon looks at a handful of ladybugs she releases into the environment for Earth Day, April 15, 2014.

PHOTOS: Ladybugs ‘fly away home’ as preschoolers release them into environment - Shane Gibson photo. - Preschoolers at Discovery Isle in Temecula parade around the playground before releasing ladybugs into the environment Tue. April 15, 2014.
Preschoolers at Discovery Isle in Temecula parade around the playground before releasing ladybugs into the environment Tue. April 15, 2014.

PHOTOS: Ladybugs ‘fly away home’ as preschoolers release them into environment - Shane Gibson photo. - Discovery Isle preschoolers get a close look at the ladybugs they released into the environment on Tue. April 15, 2014.
Discovery Isle preschoolers get a close look at the ladybugs they released into the environment on Tue. April 15, 2014.

PHOTOS: Ladybugs ‘fly away home’ as preschoolers release them into environment - Shane Gibson photo. - Dylan Valley, with a ladybug on his hand, lays on the grass to release the ladybug.
Dylan Valley, with a ladybug on his hand, lays on the grass to release the ladybug.

PHOTOS: Ladybugs ‘fly away home’ as preschoolers release them into environment - Shane Gibson photo. - Dressed like a ladybug for the occasion, Gabi Gomez shows the two ladybugs on her hands.
Dressed like a ladybug for the occasion, Gabi Gomez shows the two ladybugs on her hands.

PHOTOS: Ladybugs ‘fly away home’ as preschoolers release them into environment - Shane Gibson photo. - Dani Phelan and Dyllan Brooks, laugh as ladybugs crawl on their arms and hands at Discovery Isle in Temecula.
Dani Phelan and Dyllan Brooks, laugh as ladybugs crawl on their arms and hands at Discovery Isle in Temecula.

PHOTOS: Ladybugs ‘fly away home’ as preschoolers release them into environment - Shane Gibson photo. - Joseph Leon, showing one of the many thousands of ladybugs released into the environment at Discovery Isle in Temecula.
Joseph Leon, showing one of the many thousands of ladybugs released into the environment at Discovery Isle in Temecula.

PHOTOS: Ladybugs ‘fly away home’ as preschoolers release them into environment - Shane Gibson photo. - Discovery Isle preschool teacher, Kristi Polk (upper left), prepars students for the ladybug release on Earth Day, April 15, 2014.
Discovery Isle preschool teacher, Kristi Polk (upper left), prepars students for the ladybug release on Earth Day, April 15, 2014.

PHOTOS: Ladybugs ‘fly away home’ as preschoolers release them into environment - Shane Gibson photo. - Discovery Isle preschooler, Ali Humstoc, takes a close look at a ladybug crawling on her hand before she released it into the environment on Earth Day, April 15, 2014.
Discovery Isle preschooler, Ali Humstoc, takes a close look at a ladybug crawling on her hand before she released it into the environment on Earth Day, April 15, 2014.


 

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