Category Archives: Posts

All posts are assigned this category, but may also have other categories assigned to them.

Report from Twin Lakes Butterfly Walk, hot day, whew! (June 6)

WBA folks in Eastern Washington! Our first ever Eastern Washington led WBA butterfly walk went smoothly on a very warm Saturday on June 6th. Eight naturalists attended the event to see a fine spread of scabland butterflies and wildflowers on … Continue reading

Posted in Posts | Comments Off on Report from Twin Lakes Butterfly Walk, hot day, whew! (June 6)

Monarchs near Vantage

On the Facebook Page: Monarch Butterflies in the Pacific Northwest Monarchs have arrived in the land of Milkweed and Honey! A single male was seen on Friday June 5 near Vantage in central WA and another individual was seen at Davenport WA … Continue reading

Posted in Posts | Comments Off on Monarchs near Vantage

Terrain.org Interview with Bob Pyle – May 31

“Reflections on 50 Years of Engagement with the Natural World” Here is an interesting interview with Bob Pyle on the Terrain.org website.

Posted in Posts | Comments Off on Terrain.org Interview with Bob Pyle – May 31

Portland Monarch! June 1

Laura Grandin:‎ – About 8 years ago I planted Showy Milkweed in my garden, hoping to contribute in some small way to Monarch’s habitat. I’d never seen one in my neighborhood until TODAY. It stayed all afternoon, visiting every Milkweed stalk. … Continue reading

Posted in Posts | Comments Off on Portland Monarch! June 1

Monarchs arrive in Portland and S Washington!

David James: On May 26 I posted this in a message about my observations of migrating Monarchs along the Trinity River in N California: “If northward-migrating Monarchs travel about 30 miles a day (as they seem to do on the southward … Continue reading

Posted in Posts | Comments Off on Monarchs arrive in Portland and S Washington!