Tomorrow is the rescheduled Lookout Mountain, Georgia count:
Meet: 10:00 at the International Towing and Recovery Museum on Broad Street to cara-van to count circle in Chattanooga Valley. Leader: Bill Haley (423) 326-9248, email@example.com
How to Prepare for a Count: Dress prepared to wade through tall grasses and possibly briars. Wear long pants, not shorts. Veteran counters often tuck their pants legs into socks to deter ticks, chiggers and poison ivy. (A dose of bug spray near the ankles adds further protection). Wear comfortable, sturdy shoes, not sandals or crocs. Sunscreen and a hat will be needed and be sure to bring snacks and plenty to drink. Binoculars, preferably close-focusing, will help you note subtle field marks you might otherwise miss on butterflies you are unable to approach closely. You may stay the entire day (usually till around 4:00 or 4:30), or break away early if you choose.
The Tennessee Valley NABA Chapter was formed in 2008. The chapter's territory is centered around southeastern Tennessee, but also encompasses parts of north-western George and northeastern Alabama. Anyone who