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Sunday, July 7, 2013

Butterfly Counts

Recently I attend three butterfly counts. Two in Michigan and 1 in Noble County, Indiana.
If you have not joined a count, you should. Counts are a way to meet fellow butterfliers and get information about butterflies you are looking for. Plus they are just plain fun.

On July 6, I met my friend Jack Reinoehl at Gratiot / Saginaw SGA for a count. We did pretty well overall. Some pleasant surprises included Gray Comma, Harvester, Coral Hairstreak.            
                                          Harvester at Gratiot / Saginaw SGA July 6, 2013



More than butterflies show up on counts. This Blue Racer was an exciting find while looking for Silver-boardered Fritillary.                                                                                                              

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