Triangle Park Needs Help May 20 9:30 am

Cloudless sulphur cats forage in Triangle Park and dozens of species of adult butterflies nectar there every year, including long-tailed skipper and other rarities. Photo by Amy Gaberlain, 9-26-16.

South Jersey Butterflyers:

We take advantage of this spot many times during the year. Now organizers are asking for some help cleaning it up.

Pat Sutton emailed her Gardening Gang as follows:

May 16, 2017
Hi Gang,

Darryl Waller contacted potential volunteers to help with the spring cleaning of the Triangle Park wildlife gardens in Cape May Point (on Lighthouse Avenue).

They’re looking for volunteers who might like to help for a few hours of gardening, planting and camaraderie.

Josh Nemeth, the Wildlife Gardener, will orchestrate the morning activities with tasks aimed at their more sustainable vision for the park.

If you have any questions, contact Darryl Waller at

Happy Spring,

Long-tailed skipper photo’d by Will Kerling in the garden in Triangle Park, 9-26-16.

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