Monthly Archives: July 2014

More Hairstreaks!

Last weekend Phil Schappert and Derek Bridgehouse ventured to Wallace Bay in the hopes of finding Bronze Copper. In addition to finding their target, they found Acadian Hairstreak in two different Atlas squares. These are the first Nova Scotia records … Continue reading

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Recent Atlas highlights

Most summer butterflies are in full gear. Now is a great time of year to add skippers to your square’s list. Dun Skipper, Tawny-edged Skipper, Long Dash, Peck’s Skipper, and European Skipper are quite common in meadows these days. There … Continue reading

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