Out of an abundance of caution and a focus on everyone’s long term health, we are cancelling the field trips we have scheduled for June. Our state COVID case numbers are declining and all the trends are looking good, so we are optimistic about July.
We do encourage you to get out and explore the areas in and around where you live. Butterflies and other critters can be found almost anywhere–if you get out and look.
Speaking of that, WBA will be organizing some “individually led” field trips, starting in June. Stay tuned for more details!
– David Jennings, WBA President
Study Weekend POSTPONED until July 9-12, 2021 (Dayton and the Blue Mountains)
Summer Butterflying in the Era of Covid 2020
- 10/21 – Spokane Meeting – 6 pm “Migration Biology and Conservation of the Monarch in the Western US” Dr. David James
- 10/7 – Seattle Meeting – 7 pm “Native Pollinators: Garden and Habitat Restoration” by Julie O’Donald
- The Dark Divide, Official Trailer – News from Bob Pyle
- 9/16 – Spokane Meeting – 6-7:30 pm “Share the Wealth” using Zoom
- 9/2 – Seattle Meeting – 7 pm “Species Profiles – Hairstreaks and a Skipper” using Zoom
- Crater Lake Lepidoptera Survey
- Cancelled August 21 Field Trip to Crystal Mountain
- County Big Days – WBA Citizen Science Project for June, July, August, and September
- July Field Trips Cancelled
- Noticeline – WBA Message on Officers and Board for the coming year