“Silver Bordered & Meadow Fritillaries”
Where: Downtown Public Library Branch, Room 1B
906 W. Main Street
Join Spokane’s chapter of the Washington Butterfly Association Wednesday, April 18, when we complete our last in our series of butterfly conservation focused trainings, which began last season, with focal work on Monarchs, Yuma Skippers and Juniper Hairstreaks. John Baumann’s presentation this week will help our area butterfly enthusiasts learn to identify several of the rarest butterfly species in Washington, species which may live in yet undiscovered Eastern Washington colonies, the Silver Bordered Fritillary and the Meadow Fritillary. In addition, John will show you through the broader range of Greater and Lesser Fritillaries with a slant towards species most easily located in the Inland Northwest. Expect lots of colorful slides, interesting opportunities to take part in local butterfly conservation work, and lots of fun meeting other area naturalists.
Also, wonderful news about our Spokane Meeting this month. We are going to broadcast it via Zoom, as well, in case anyone from across the state would like to tune into the meeting. Below is the Zoom login information you will need. Please do not login prior to the meeting time of 6pm. When you do log in if you can’t reach us, try a few minutes later. We are very excited about this and hope to continue to broadcast via Zoom.
We use Zoom at this address https://zoom.us/j/4266298613. If you want to phone in instead of joining online, here’s the number 1 646 558 8656 (US Toll) or +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll) Meeting ID: 426 629 8613.