Due to COVID-19 and the shutting down of schools and social events in Washington state we are CANCELLING the April 1st butterfly meeting at the Center for Urban Horticulture.
For all butterfly enthusiasts in Washington State
Due to COVID-19 and the shutting down of schools and social events in Washington state we are CANCELLING the March 18th butterfly meeting at the Corbin Arts Center.
Early Reecer Canyon, April 18, rain date April 25 Melanie Weiss We will look for early eclosures and species that overwinter as adults: Mourning Cloak, Hoary Comma, Green Comma, California Tortoiseshell, Sheridan’s Hairstreak, Brown Elfin, Moss’s Elfin. We may not…
A Becker’s White, Pontia beckerii, was seen flying in Yakima on March 2 by Phil Bird, confirmed with a photo by David James. Overwinters as a chrysalis.
Butterflies have been flying west of the Cascades in Washington…when it isn’t raining: March 4, Jerry Austin is 90% certain that the orange butterfly he saw near Matthew’s Beach, Seattle, was a California Tortoiseshell, N. californica. March 4, Tanna Knouse…