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12/2 – Seattle Meeting 7 pm – Dave Wilderman and Regina Johnson of DNR

“Managing for butterflies on Department of Natural Resources’ Natural Areas: a delicate dance”.  Valley Silverspot Mima Mounds Dave Wilderman is the Natural Areas Ecologist for Washington’s Department of Natural Resources and Regina Johnson is the Assistant Natural Areas Ecologist for … Continue reading

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11/18 – Spokane Meeting – 6 pm “Glad Tidings from Mothlandia”

We are very pleased and excited to announce our very own mothman Carl Barrentine is doing the presentation this month with a few more local moth-ers!!!  Keep reading for details…. Where: Via Zoom – please register for this event by … Continue reading

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12/11 – Pacific Northwest Lepidopterists Workshop

Hello NorWestLep folks, Apologies if you already received this.  As many of you know, for over 30 years lepidopterists from around the PNW and beyond have met annually in the vicinity of Corvallis to socialize, share information about butterflies/moths and … Continue reading

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11/4 – Seattle Meeting – 7 pm Dr. Sean Ryan “How genetics and citizen science can help us understand insect ecology and evolution in a changing world”

Register in advance for this meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pcu2rrDotEtHIVvEUkGtXYJL2PE-uVP5WAfter registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Dr. Sean Ryan will discuss the Pieris Project, a Citizen Science project that tells the story of how Pieris rapae, the … Continue reading

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10/21 – Spokane Meeting – 6 pm “Migration Biology and Conservation of the Monarch in the Western US” Dr. David James

  Over the past eight years we have learned a great deal about monarchs in the Pacific Northwest, particularly details of their migration.  The WSU-PNW Monarch tagging Program has resulted in the tagging of 29,143 butterflies since 2012, the majority … Continue reading

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