Early June butterflying

The season is starting to pick up, with new species on the wing all the time. Canadian Tiger Swallowtail is now out in force, and Hobomok Skipper is starting to appear along grassy paths. Some of our rarer species are just starting too. Meadow Fritillary, Common Roadside Skipper, and Pepper and Salt Skipper are all flying. Refer to the Target Species document for more information.

Eastern Pine Elfin – currently flying in and around woods with White Pine and Jack Pine

The Atlas website has been updated. All the old content is still there, but there are some new features like the survey effort map. Use this map to target your surveys this year. Last years tabular results are also posted.

Good butterflying everyone!



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