Monthly Archives: July 2019

Cape May NABA Count 7-24-19

Michael O’Brien has kindly shared his Compiler’s report of the butterflies seen on the Cape May NABA Count on July 24 — including four record highs and a new species for the count’s all-time total.  Here’s his report: Cape May, NJ. Yr. … Continue reading

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Milkweed’s True Dependents

The milkweed flowering season has peaked now — for common milkweed, at least — and will fade to a close over the next few weeks.  By mid-July or so all those butterflies, moths, bees, wasps, ants, soldier beetles, and flower … Continue reading

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