Monthly Archives: February 2012

Blueberry azures flying!

photo by Will Kerling. Will Kerling photo’d the first Celastrina lucia for 2012 on the very early date of February 23 at Beaver Dam Road. He and others have been expecting to spot this species early, given the warm, so-called … Continue reading

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Native Plants Series

If you are interested in the in the plants butterflies depend upon — and how we can better manage our yards and gardens to provide for butterflies and other creatures — you should consider attending any or all of three … Continue reading

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Can azures be far behind?

Highbush blueberry, Vaccinium corymbosum, blooming February 7, 2012, CMPt State Park, photo by Will Kerling. NJ’s warm winter has been especially evident in Cape May, where daytime high temperatures seem to have been more often in the 50s (and even … Continue reading

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