Monthly Archives: October 2015

An Overlookable Migrant

Some migrant butterflies are so brightly-colored or so numerous (or both) that you can’t help noticing them when they are on the move: ┬ámonarchs, painted ladies, red admirals, cloudless sulphurs, and others. At the other end of the spectrum we … Continue reading

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Field Trip Report: Heislerville Migration 10-7-15

We came, we saw, and we contemplated. Jack Miller led a half dozen of us on an investigation of the butterfly migration along Bay Avenue in Maurice River Township and in other, nearby spots on October 7. We were searching … Continue reading

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Field Trip to Heislerville, October 7: Buckeye Migration Chase

Following up on his high counts of buckeyes and other butterflies in and near Heislerville WMA on 9-28-15 and 9-29-15, Jack Miller has volunteered to lead a “short-notice” field trip there this coming Wednesday, October 7. Meeting Place: Intersection of … Continue reading

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September 2015 Photo Gallery

Among its many other advantages, David Reese’s new logging system allows us to share our photographs much more easily than we could previously. You can see all 70+ photographs posted by our observers in September 2015 by going to our … Continue reading

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