Help support NABA and our conservation work by becoming a member today! More importantly, your membership support helps NABA conserve butterflies and their habitats throughout North America, both by direct action, and by educating the public about the importance of butterflies and their habitats: https://membership.naba.org/
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, December 2, 2022 – Ron Smith – Pinellas County, FL December 2, 2022Ron Smith Location: Fort De Soto Park Pinellas County, FL (13-243). Sunny and temps 68-75. Flowering sleepy morning brought out the butterflies - especially the Mallow Scrub-Hairstreaks which use it as a host plant. Species Barred Yellow (68) Little Yellow (1) Dainty Sulphur (1) Mallow Scrub-Hairstreak (61) Cassius Blue (1) Ceraunus Blue (22) Gulf Fritillary […]North American Butterfly Association (moderator: Mike Reese)
- Thursday, December 1, 2022 – Tom Palmer – Polk County, FL December 2, 2022Tom Palmer Location: My yard Polk County, FL Monarchs laying eggs on Calotropis Species Polydamas Swallowtail (2) Cassius Blue (1) Monarch (2)North American Butterfly Association (moderator: Mike Reese)
- Tuesday, November 29, 2022 – John and Nancy Crosby – Tattnall County, GA November 30, 2022John and Nancy Crosby Location: Levi Kennedy Farm Pecan Orchard on Levi Kennedy Road Tattnall County, GA 78 degrees and sunny. The only nectar source we saw was wild turnip. Individuals were very fresh elosed after recent rain. Species Sleepy Orange (1) Common Buckeye (1)North American Butterfly Association (moderator: Mike Reese)