Big exciting news! A new chapter of the North American Butterfly Association is forming in the Richmond, Virginia area. The inaugural meeting of NABA-Richmond will be held on Saturday, February 24th, from 10:30am until 12noon, at the Westover Hills Branch Library, 1408 Westover Hills Boulevard, Richmond VA 23225.
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Note: We are unable to send publications and notices by mail outside of the United States; international members will want to choose the Digital Only option.
Additionally, all members receive:
- A welcome packet that includes a welcome letter and order form for past American Butterflies issues, so you won’t miss any of their fantastic content.
- The satisfaction that you are contributing to butterfly habitats and education!
If you choose a family membership, all immediate members of your family will be members of the North American Butterfly Association and receive all benefits of membership including supporting butterfly conservation and being able to attend biannual members meetings. Families are entitled to receive a single print copy of NABA publications per issue.
- Friday, January 14, 2022 – John and Nancy Crosby – McIntosh County, GA January 15, 2022John and Nancy Crosby Location: Harris Neck NWR McIntosh County, GA 50 degrees, sunny. We have not yet had a freeze this winter on Georgia's coast. Species Red-banded Hairstreak (1) Phaon Crescent (2) Red Admiral (1) Common Buckeye (7) Fiery Skipper (1) Images Phaon Crescent Red-banded Hairstreak Fiery Skipper Common Buckeye Phaon CrescentNorth American Butterfly Association (moderator: Mike Reese)
- Thursday, January 13, 2022 – Roy Cohutta – Dougherty County, GA January 14, 2022Roy Cohutta Location: Chickasawhatchee WMA Dougherty County, GA The counts on the Monarch and Queen butterflies are conservative. I did not observe any mated-pairs today. My last report from this location was on New Year's Day. 1445-1615, 63-64F, Wind W 10-19, Cloud Cover 1-5%, Field next to swamp, All butterflies nectaring on mustard. 31.47031289321586, -84.37646176120741 […]North American Butterfly Association (moderator: Mike Reese)
- Thursday, January 13, 2022 – Daniel Jones – Hidalgo County, TX January 13, 2022Daniel Jones Location: Jones yard at Progreso Lakes Hidalgo County, TX Warm day after a couple in the 50's. Species Giant Swallowtail (1) Giant White (3) Orange Sulphur (1) Southern Dogface (1) Cloudless Sulphur (5) Large Orange Sulphur (5) Mexican Yellow (1) Little Yellow (3) Gray Hairstreak (1) Mallow Scrub-Hairstreak (2) Ceraunus Blue (1) Reakirt's […]North American Butterfly Association (moderator: Mike Reese)