There will be a meeting on December 11th at 2:00 PM at the home of Dean and Sally Jue (3455 Dorchester Ct., Tallahassee) to plan our chapter’s 2017 programs, activities, and events. If you have suggestions for the 2017 calendar, please pass the information along to any of our chapter officers. Their e-mail addresses are on our chapter website at http://www.naba-hairstreak.com/contact.html. If you want to attend the meeting, please e-mail Dean at email@example.com so we can accommodate you.
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- Monday, May 16, 2022 – Jack McDonough – Pinal County, AZ May 17, 2022Jack McDonough Location: Oracle Pinal County, AZ Around 5:30-6pm Species Mexican Yellow (1) Ilavia Hairstreak (1) Gray Hairstreak (3) Leda Ministreak (12) Marine Blue (500) Texan Crescent (1) Red-spotted Purple (5) Images Leda MinistreakNorth American Butterfly Association (moderator: Mike Reese)
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