“Butterflies of the Deep, Dark Woods – Finding Butterflies Where Few Have Looked” with David Droppers
Date: Wednesday, January 20th
Where: Via Zoom – please register for this event by clicking here:
This meeting will be with WBA’s very own David Droppers who has been combing the relatively unexplored Mountain Loop Highway in Snohomish County for butterflies. That’s right, the cold, wet, dark, coniferous woods of western Washington! What could he possibly hope to find there? Allow David to introduce you to the Mountain Loop Highway, it’s enchanting trails, and the many surprises he has made. It may just inspire you to create your own butterfly survey!
David teaches courses on topics from birds to butterflies to trees to microorganisms for a variety of groups, including college biology courses and non-profit environmental groups. He has put his expertise to work for the National Park Service, Forest Service, University of Washington, and Woodland Park Zoo, among many others. He is ecstatic about sharing his passion for the natural world with others who wish to learn. His enthusiasm is said to be contagious!
Just a few things about zoom and the upcoming meeting:
1) Participants will be muted upon entering the meeting so please keep yourselves muted during the meeting unless you are talking just to keep outside noise levels down
2) Please register in advance for this meeting you can do this by clicking the link below or the same link at the top of the email:
After registering you will receive an email confirmation containing information about joining the meeting.
WBA hopes to see you all there!!!