Monthly Archives: December 2011

Yes, Virginia….

Photo by Will Kerling, 12-25-11, Rt 9 and Avalon Boulevard, Cape May. … you can find butterflies flying on Christmas in New Jersey. At least you can this year, if you chase them diligently in Cape May, as Will Kerling … Continue reading

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And now we have ten…

Photo by Mike Crewe, 12-4-11, at the Beanery in Cape May That last blog entry (“Double-Digit December?” below) proved obsolete almost as soon as it was posted. Mike Crewe has reported a tenth species for December — a clouded sulphur … Continue reading

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Double-Digit December?

Buckeyes at the Cape Island Creek Preserve, photo by Sam Galick, 12-4-11 Butterflies are flying later this year than they have in any of our previous three years of logging. Observers have found nine species in the first week of … Continue reading

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November Says Good-bye

A questionmark on migration, photographed on-the-wing by Sam Galick at Stone Harbor Point, 11-26-11 As the month closed yesterday, butterflies are still flying in southern New Jersey. We gathered reports of flying adults from seven of the eight southern counties … Continue reading

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